Library to kick off Spring Poetry Festival with award-winning poet Regie Gibson

Celebrate National Poetry Month at the Southborough Library with this event on Thursday:

Southborough Library will host a young, fresh voice in the Spoken Word genre of poetry when award-winning, jazz-inspired poet Regie Gibson visits the library on Thursday night, April 7, for a poetry reading and performance in the library’s main reading room, starting at 6:00 p.m.

All are welcome and the event is free. Tweens and teens are encouraged to attend this performance in celebration of National Poetry Month. Funding for this event has been provided by the Friends of the Library, and the Poetry Festival is made possible through a grant from the Southborough Local Cultural Arts Council, part of the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

Regie Gibson’s performance has been planned as part of the Spring Poetry Festival at the Southborough Library to stimulate creativity, awaken minds, foster education, encourage artistic statement and engage our community in the revelry of language.

The Library is located at 25 Main Street, at the corner of Routes 85 and 30. All are encouraged to attend to learn more about poetry and to experience Regie Gibson, poet. No registration required.

  • © 2024 — All rights reserved.