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    POETRY READING at the Jackson Homestead and Museum

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    June 1, 2014


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    POETRY READING at the Jackson Homestead and Museum

    Energy Necklace
    Listen to poets from the region read their original work inspired by the themes of sustainability, preservation, and place in the historic setting of the Jackson Homestead. Meet the poets after the reading and enjoy the temporary sculpture installation on the museum grounds. Poets include: Zachary Bos, Polly Brown, Cheryl Perrault, Linda Fialkoff, Lynn Horsky, Neil Horsky, Terry House, Joanne Reynolds, Susan Edwards...

    Energy Necklace
    Listen to poets from the region read their original work inspired by the themes of sustainability, preservation, and place in the historic setting of the Jackson Homestead. Meet the poets after the reading and enjoy the temporary sculpture installation on the museum grounds. Poets include: Zachary Bos, Polly Brown, Cheryl Perrault, Linda Fialkoff, Lynn Horsky, Neil Horsky, Terry House, Joanne Reynolds, Susan Edwards Richmond, and bg Thurston.

    Sculpture-making activity for all ages hosted by Green Decade’s Students for a Greener World. Hosted by Susan Edwards Richmond in conjunction with the Energy Necklace Project Exhibition, curated by Susan Israel. At the Jackson Homestead and Museum, 527 Washington Street. Free and open to the public.


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    527 Washington Street
    Newton, MA 02458

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