Friday, April 4, 2014

A wonderful way to spend a noon hour

Today, in honour of Poetry Month, Hamilton's Central Library held a poetic reading with Gary Barwin and The Hess Street Public School with its band and choir.

This is a free event at the library and I am happy to say there were so many people in attendance.

It was a real delight to see and hear the work performed, by the poet as well as the students.

An hour in the day, but a wealth of experience and joy brought to others.  Thank you, Central Library.

After that we went for coffee to Pam's Cafe which has moved to another spot in Jackson's Square.  I think I like the new place better as it is more cozy.  I like the ladies that work there as well, so will return from time to time.

We must have chatted for about an hour at the cafe and then we all went our separate ways.  A wonderful way to enjoy a noon hour on a cold and wet day.

Thanks for dropping by.

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