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Snow, ice won’t derail White Plains poetry SLAM

February
2

“Our 1st Wednesday Poetry SLAM and Open Mic will take place tonight,” boasts White Plains librarian Miriam Varian.

It will  be Feb. 2 “as planned,” she said.

And really, after so many days stuck inside and/or shoveling snow wouldn’t this be a nice literary evening?

The program is at 7 p.m. and will feature Adam Falkner, an award-winning New York City-based poet and a seasoned veteran of the National Poetry Slam, will be our feature.  Jaylee Alde, who was scheduled to be our guest, will not be able to make it.

Please register at 6:30 if you’d like to slam or take part in our open mic, Varian suggests.

The Poetry SLAM is a project of the White Plains Library Foundation and is co-hosted by our favorite slammaster, Eric ZORK Alan.

The White Plains Public Library is at 100 Martine Ave.


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