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Celebrating Montana Poetry Day in Upper Hutt

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Celebrating Montana Poetry Day in Upper Hutt, 9th July 2003 (Details subject to change)

Event Name: POEMS & PANINIS AT THE MAYFAIR CAFE Event Details: Performances from local poets & musicians Simon Sweetman Tony Chad Music by Shaun Preston Venue: Mayfair Café, Main Street, Upper Hutt Time: 11.00am – 12.00 noon

Event Name: PUB POETRY, A PINT AND A PIE Event Details: Performances from local poets & musicians Simon Sweetman Tony Chad Music by Shaun Preston Venue: Quinn’s Post, Ward Street, Upper Hutt Time: 12.30 – 1.30 pm

Event Name: A POEM & A STORY FOR AFTERNOON TEA! ( The Library) Event Details: Wellington-based performer telling tales. Moira Wairama - Story-Teller Tony Chad, Poet Venue: Upper Hutt Library Time: 2.30pm – 3.30pm

Event Name: SAM HUNT’S HAPPY HOUR ( Deux Tartes Restaurant) Event Details: Sam Hunt performing, supported by: Marg Layton, Bill Lake & Chris Prowse (Musicians) plus Simon Sweetman, (Wellington Poet) Tony Chad, (Upper Hutt Poet) Announcement & Prizegiving for Upper Hutt Poetry Competition Venue: Deux Tartes Restaurant, Trentham, Upper Hutt Time: 5.30 – 8.30 pm

5.30 Poetry Simon 15 minutes 5.50 Poetry Tony 15 minutes 6.15 Competition Winners announced Speeches, winning poems read 6.40 Music Marg, Bill, Chris 7.00 Sam Hunt 7.40 Musicians 8.00 Sam Hunt

EAT YOUR WORDS! Celebrating Montana Poetry Day in Upper Hutt, Friday 11th July 2003 (Details subject to change)

Event Name: ESPRESSO POETS (Suburbium Café, Silverstream)

Event Details: Exciting performance poetry & story-telling combining the cultures of African America, Colombia, New Zealand and Ireland. An eclectic mix, guaranteed to captivate and entertain. Superb coffee and drinks!

Lewis Scott Ron Riddell & Saray Torres Moira Wairama & Tony Hopkins Tony Chad

Venue: Suburbium Café, 7 Kiln Street, Silverstream, Upper Hutt

Time: 7.30 – 9.30 pm

Programme: 7.30 Tony Chad, poems (maybe a song or two) 8.00 Moira & Tony 8.30 Ron Riddell & Saray Torres 9.00 Lewis Scott

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