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Quinlan Arts Center – Ekphrasis for the Masses

Features a 3-minute reading of poems (first 15 who register at the door). The monthly event leads up to a celebration for National Poetry Month in April.

Date: April 13,  2021

Time: noon – 1:00 pm – (Bring your lunch)

Location: Quinlan Arts Center, 514 Green St. NE, Gainesville, GA 30501

Cost: Free

For more information:  770-536-2575,  Ekphrasis for the Masses

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Corps of Engineers offering a program on the history, construction and purpose of Lake Lanier. Starts at 5:30 today. Address is 127 Main Street NW
Gainesville. Presented by Park Ranger Geoffrey Whitehead.
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