Be brave and take the stage. Dust off those poems that have been sitting in your drawer, or the ones that you've been working so hard on, and head on over to St. Elmo's for an open poetry reading.
Sign up sheet goes out at 7:30pm. All the fun begins at 8pm.
Event begins at 7:30PM
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