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An afternoon of poetry with Glenn Shea and Rhonda Ward

Published January 24. 2013 4:00AM
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Attention all citizens of Earth: There is NO football on Sunday. Repeat: there is NO football on Sunday.

Do something refreshing, then: on Sunday afternoon, head over to the Courtyard Gallery in Mystic for a poetry reading by Glenn Shea and Rhonda Ward.

Shea, an Uncasville resident, is author of the much-lauded collection "Find a Place That Could Pass For Home," while New London's Ward has recorded a compilation of her work, "As I Live and Breathe." Both are active and respected poets both locally and beyond.

It's free and refreshments will be served.


Glenn Shea and Rhonda Ward, 4-6 p.m. Sunday, Courtyard Gallery, 12 Water St,, Mystic; free; (860) 536-5059.

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