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A virtual event!
Kentucky Writers’ Day and the induction of
2021-2022 Kentucky Poet Laureate Crystal Wilkinson

*Friday, April 23, 2021
*10 am EST
*Kentucky Arts Council Facebook page
*Free and open to the public

Featuring readings by Crystal Wilkinson and former Kentucky Poets Laureate:
Richard Taylor, 1999-2000
Joe Survant, 2003-2004
Sena Jeter Naslund, 2005-2006
Maureen Morehead, 2011-2012
Frank X Walker, 2013-2014
George Ella Lyon, 2015-2016
Frederick Smock, 2017-2018

#NationalPoetryMonthCongratulations to new Kentucky Poet Laureate Crystal Wilkinson! She will be inducted on April 23, Kentucky Writers' Day, in a ceremony held here on Facebook! Learn more about her at this link: ow.ly/Eu6i50E8Zo5
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A virtual event!
Kentucky Writers’ Day and the induction of
2021-2022 Kentucky Poet Laureate Crystal Wilkinson

*Friday, April 23, 2021
*10 am EST
*Kentucky Arts Council Facebook page
*Free and open to the public

Featuring readings by Crystal Wilkinson and former Kentucky Poets Laureate:
Richard Taylor, 1999-2000
Joe Survant, 2003-2004
Sena Jeter Naslund, 2005-2006
Maureen Morehead, 2011-2012
Frank X Walker, 2013-2014
George Ella Lyon, 2015-2016
Frederick Smock, 2017-2018

#NationalPoetryMonth

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Congratulations to you Crystal!⭐👍😊💙❤🌷🌹🌺🌈💥🐦

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This poem, written by Nikki Giovanni, brings to mind the stories that we hear when customers and friends reminisce about the original, old library that used to live in a building on the opposite side of Main Street from our current location; particularly the librarian, the creaky floors, and the squeaky door. It's wonderful, learning the history of our place within the community. ❤️

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This poem, written by Nikki Giovanni, brings to mind the stories that we hear when customers and friends reminisce about the original, old library that used to live in a building on the opposite side of Main Street from our current location; particularly the librarian, the creaky floors, and the squeaky door. Its wonderful, learning the history of our place within the community. ❤️
 
#nationalpoetrymonth

Hey guys it's Wednesday at 10 and that means it's
Story Time! Today we have a special story about a unicorn, "Thelma The Unicorn" by Aaron Blabey. No craft bag this week but if you haven't picked up a recent craft bag you have until Friday to come gather those.
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Unicorns rock!⭐👍😁🌷🌹💙❤

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Former MCHS graduates, this is for you! Share your old prom pics so that MCHS can create a slideshow for this year's prom! ...

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