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25 Years-A Young Life in Poetry and Music

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Event Name: 25 Years-A Young Life in Poetry and Music
Event Date(s): October 13, 2018
Location: Collingwood
EVENT_TIMES: 8pm
Website: Click here to visit
Description: An evening filled with poetry and music, featuring David Conning as the poet and Laura Conning as musician. Day Merrill, Collingwood’s poet laureate will launch the evening’s program. David Conning will be reading from his book of dedicated poems. Talented duo Laura Conning and Nelson Beattie, known as Honeymoon Phase, will be providing the musical entertainment.

Presented as part of our 3rd Annual Storytelling Festival.
Reception and cash bar.
Saturday, October 13 - 8 pm at Simcoe St. Theatre.
Tickets $20 available at the BMFA Gift Shop or online at www.bmfa.on.ca