Season Poetry

The Regional Poets invite you to celebrate the fascinating expressions of the Colorado seasons in poetry, song and storytelling. A short 30-minute open-microphone segment will begin each program, where readers from the public are invited to share a 2-minute poem or song. Please bring poems or songs related to each season’s theme. A 90-minute program will follow. These are free, community events, open to everyone, and appropriate for all ages.

Good Work
Sunday, September 23, 1 – 3 pm

A post-Labor Day celebration of all the ways we work. Work has so many meanings – it’s how we build our lives, spend our days, and fulfill our dreams. We will reflect on the shortening days, the autumnal equinox, and heading back to school.

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On A Frosty Night
Sunday, December 16, 1 – 3 pm

‘Tis the season for cozy times by the fire, holiday cheer and the winter solstice. Celebrate the pleasures of winter, inspired by the poems of Robert Frost.

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It Might as Well Be Spring!
Sunday, March 17, 1 – 3 pm

We will enjoy the many facets of spring as we move into the season of growth, spring equinox, and lengthening light. The day will be inspired by a song of restlessness and yearning–“It Might as Well Be Spring”–from the musical State Fair.