Lunenburg Get Togethers
Spot of Poetry illustrations

Every Second Thursday Evening
6 – 7:30pm

Lunenburg Library, Room 101
97 Kaulbach St, Lunenburg, NS

Whether you are a long-time reader and writer of poetry, or new and unsure of whether or not you “get it”, you are welcome here!

Spot of Poetry Get-Togethers are informal gatherings where all levels of poetry readers and writers are welcome. Generally speaking, each person reads a poem aloud, we chat about it as a group, and then listen to the poem again. We also share some of our own writing based on the week’s theme. Strictly no pressure!

See the Reading Log & Prompt Archive down below.

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Upcoming Get-Togethers

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Theme: Numbers

When: Thursday, March 7

Time: 6:00pm - 8pm

Where: Lunenburg Library, Room 101

Our theme this week is numbers. They inform superstition, keep score, calculate and assign value. They are the  language of maths, physics, stock markets, phone books and binary code. Bring your own poem, or one you found and join us in conversation. When possible, bring 8-ish printed copies of the poem are you reading.

Nibble & Scribble

Sorry to announce that we will take a break from Nibbles & Scribbles - just too many things on the go!

Spot Thoughts of Things

Thursday, February 17, 2021
@ 6-7:30pm

WHAT

Join our ongoing project to write from the perspective of inanimate objects!

WHERE

Zoom

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Every second Thursday Evening. March 3, 17, 31

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Past Get-Togethers

Reading Log of Past Get-Togethers

005: Invitation

005: Invitation

Our theme this week was Invitations, and we read a range of poems that spoke to the theme in...

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002: We Meet Again!

002: We Meet Again!

Lovely and lively conversation at our second meet up. It was wonderful to welcome a few newcomers,...

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