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Events

 

On-campus events:

 

Monday, April 14, 11:00-Noon. Sigma Tau Delta Officers' Meeting. General members are welcome but not required to attend this SigmaTau Delta meeting. Centennial Hall 4308.

Tuesday, April 15, 5pm. English Fest Meeting. English Festival organizes poetry readings, featured authors and scholars, panels, and presentations for English students, faculty, and the general community. Centennial Hall 4308.

Wednesday, April 16, 10:15-11:45am. Robert Frost Series. (Drink and Be Whole Again Beyond Confusion). Our very own Wisconsin Poet Laureate Max Garland leads discussion in this celebratory Robert Frost series. The last of the series will look at Frost's influence today, 50 years from his death. This session will take place in the Special Collections and Archives area of the McIntyre Library, where guests may examine UW-Eau Claire's rare and newly acquired Robert Frost archive.

Monday, April 21, Sigma Tau Delta General Meeting. Members will bind books and do other prep work for the Awards Ceremony & Workshop for Children's/Young Adult Writing Contest (held on April 26). Centennial Hall 4308.

Tuesday, April 22, 5pm. English Fest Meeting. English Festival organizes poetry readings, featured authors and scholars, panels, and presentations for English students, faculty, and the general community. Centennial Hall 4308.

  

Upcoming:

Thurs., Apr. 24, 8:00-10:00 pm: NOTA Open Mic Night in The Cabin (Davies 170)

Thurs., May 8, 8:00-10:00 pm: NOTA Open Mic Night in The Cabin (Davies 170) 

Fri., May 9, 3:30-5:30 PM: English Department End-of-Year Celebration for Students, Faculty, Staff, and Alums in the Dakota Ballroom (Davies 340)

 

Off-campus events:

  

Tuesday, April 15, 10:15-11:45am. Mystery Readers. (Book for Discussion: Love You More by Lisa Gardner). Fan of mystery books? Join fellow mystery lovers, the Mystery Reader discussion group, in the Red Cedar Room, Lower Level of the L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library (400 Eau Claire Street, Downtown Eau Claire).

Thursday, April 17, 5:00-6:00pm. Third Thursday at the Gallery: Amy Monticello. Monticello is an author and visiting assistant professor at UW–Eau Claire. She will read from her work, which has appeared in Creative Nonfiction, Redivider, The Iron Horse Literary Review, Brevity and elsewhere. She also was listed as "notable" in "Best American Essays 2013. Janet Carson Gallery, Eau Claire Regional Arts Center (316 Eau Claire Street, Eau Claire).

 

 

 

 

 

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