March at the Poetry Center
UA Prose Series Reading: March 3, Thursday at 7:00 pm / In the first Prose Series event of 2016, James Hannaham, author of the novels Delicious Foods and God Says No, reads from his work, to be followed by a brief Q&A.
Family Day: March 5, Saturday at 10:00 am / Youth and their parents are encouraged to attend this hour-long workshop together and stay for breakfast concerts. The March 5th concert feature will be a Stories that Soar performance!
Estate Planning Conversation: March 7, Monday, at 5:00 pm / Join us for a conversation with attorney Elizabeth Rollings, Fleming & Curti, a Tucson firm specializing in estate planning and elder law. To attend: RSVP to Tyler Meier at 520-626-5880 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Gallery-Talk: March 7, Monday at 6:00 pm / Come lift a glass and meet artist Crane Giamo, who will discuss his works currently on exhibit at the Poetry Center. An open reception will follow the talk, which takes place in the Poetry Center’s Jeremy Ingalls Gallery. Refreshments will be served.
Pō-é-tree Discussion: March 19, Saturday at 3:30 pm / Pō-é-tree is a poetry reading and discussion event that takes place under trees in the University of Arizona’s Arboretum. The discussion topic for this meeting of Pō-é-tree is “Language and Landscape: Poetry of W.S. Merwin, former US Poet Laureate.”
A Closer Look Book Club: March 23, Wednesday at 5:00 pm / The book club this week meets and discusses God Help the Child, Toni Morrison’s latest work.
Reading: March 24, Thursday at 7:00 pm / In a collaborative performance with River Song Quintet, poet David Baker will read from his work, to be followed by a brief Q&A.