Welcome back to our first event of the fall season.
The L’Chaim Group at Temple Emanuel invites all seniors, young and old, to an Intergenerational Poetry event with the Newton South High School Poetry Club on Tuesday, October 13th, 1:00-2:00pm at Temple Emanuel , 385 Ward Street, Newton Centre.
At this event co -sponsored by the Newton Senior Center and the L’CHAIM Group at Temple Emanuel, members of the Newton South Poetry Club will share original poetry and read their favorite poems to the attendees . . Afterwards, the Newton South students will explain their writing process and give the attendees an opportunity to write their own poems -either free verse or Haikus- with the Newton South’s Poetry Club members’ assistance.
Dessert provided from 2-2:30pm following the program.
Any questions please call Ilana at the senior center 617-796-1670 or Tracy at L’CHAIM- 617-959-4928.
Event Location: Temple Emanuel
385 Ward Street, Newton, Newton, Massachusetts, 02459
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