Open Mic Readings, March 24th

                      REDWOOD WRITERS  Open Mic Readings at SOCO COFFEE Saturday, March 24th, 6-8 PM

Soco Coffee, 1015 4th Street (at Brookwood Dr.*), Santa Rosa

Arrive at 5:30 to sign up for Open Mic readings. 1st come, 1st served – Reading time approximately  5 min.

Featured Readers: New members of Redwood Writers—Poet John Miatech, and Conrad Bishop,  (plus we’re still open for new members.)

Join us for camaraderie, coffee, & literary delights. Each month features special featured readers, after which there will be intermission & open-mic.
Come & read your work to a supportive audience.

Enjoy Redwood Writers’ new sound system.
The first SOCO event drew over 50 people.
Please support the venue with the purchase of a beverage or snack.

Don’t miss this wonderful event!
For details visit our website: http://redwoodwriters.org/
FMI:
  Robin Moore: editor@redwoodwriters.org

 

(*Easy driving directions from 101 freeway to SoCo Coffee: Take College Ave.,

going east. Go straight through intersection with Brookwood Dr. Go one (short) block and turn right on Chinn St. Go 2 blocks, SoCo will be on your right. Off street parking is available. There’s plenty of parking on Chinn St.)

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About robinofrockridge

I write books for kids.
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4 Responses to Open Mic Readings, March 24th

  1. Really enjoyed the Odd Month Reading at the Cloverdale Library last Saturday. You were a great hostess, Robin.
    I plan to be there on the 24th at SoCo and hope lots of folks join us.

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  2. Thanks, Arletta! It was fun listening to your “spring” writing. Will you repeat it at SoCo?

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  3. Lissa Rabon says:

    Wow, this sounds cool. Maybe something like it over here. I’ll Google it. Neat stuff.

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    • Thanks, Lisa! Yes, look for a writers group or club in your area. They can be SO supportive!
      If you write for kids, look into SCBWI–they’re national w/ branches in (I think) every state.

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