The Writer’s Gallery Relaunching at the Center for the Arts on March 28
Writers, poets, and spoken word artists are all welcome to sign up for an 8-minute open mic slot on the day of the event by calling in, emailing, or coming in-person to the Center for the Arts. The event starts at 7pm, with doors opening at 6:30pm.
Patrons should come to the original entrance of the Center for the Arts, where they will be guided up the backstairs to the main gallery. For those patrons who have a hard time navigating stairs, the handicap accessible entrance will also be open, as well as the elevator.
Wine and beer will be on sale, but there will also be water for the teetotalers in the audience.
FUN FACT: Did you know that F. Scott Fitzgerald has another middle name? That name is the key to entering the Center for the Arts’ open mic night for writers—the Writer’s Gallery—on March 28. If you can figure out the password, you’ll get in for free, otherwise, you’ll have to pay $5 at the door.