TONIGHT (SAT): 3RD ANNUAL SPEECH IS NOT FREE FESTIVAL! Music, poetry, salaciousness, MORE

Full disclosure: Some of us were privy to machinations of tonight’s festival as we attended the dress rehearsal on Friday night. And guess what? It’s going to be very, very cool.

Indeed – you can anticipate an evening that will feature a poetry reading by Brenda Coultas; a staged reading of Henry Miller and Anais Nin’s more salacious writing entitled Miller Out Loud!  featuring local actors portraying the roles of Henry, June, Anais and Rimbaud, and tunes from Chicago musician and Library friend extraordinaire, Al Rose.

…All under a stunning canopy of redwood trees and man-made lights.  Beer and wine will be available too!

What’s more, the event is by donation. No one will be turned away!

For more info and to RSVP, click here. Walk-ins welcome too, of course.

So come on out and support the arts and your inner not-sane letter-writing romantic!!

Questions? Call us!  831-667-2574!

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