Hey, people, I'm doing a poetry reading. Hells yes, it's been a long time since I got 20 minutes to talk at people. You should swing by. You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll swear I'm better that a bunch of people dressed up in spandex singing about... Wait, what were they singing about? Who were they? How do you put that on your resume? Hi, I was Cat #9 lives? Zing. I'm sorry. That was unwarranted. The zing, I mean. The zing was unwarranted because that cat joke was on point. Wait, what was I talking about again? Oh, right. Come listen and watch me read some poe-emz about my emo feelings.
Facebook Invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/529301973773505/?ref=14
Also featured is Richard Okewole.
There is an open mic after the features so bring your poems to share your emo feelings with me.
Tickets: FREE (That's a lot of bang for your lack of a buck! Though you should bring a buck so you can tip the museum. Yes, you heard me, the museum. I'm reading poems in a museum. Boo-yah!)
Take the SEPTA Fox Chase Regional Rail line to the Ryers Station, located three blocks from Ryerss Museum & Library. Walk west on Cottman Avenue, and turn right onto Central Avenue. Walk along the park and turn left at the sign for Ryerss Museum & Library.
Take the SEPTA bus route 70 to the intersection of Cottman and Central Avenues. Walk north and turn left at the sign for the Ryerss Museum & Library.
Both the museum and library are accessible to visitors with mobility impairments. There is a ramp entrance in the rear of the museum, next to the parking lot, and an elevator that reaches all floors of the building that are open to the public.
Ryerss is situated in Burholme Park, a 65 acre recreational area operated by the Philadelphia Department of Parks and Recreation. In the park there are numerous ball fields, a playground, miniature golf courses, a driving range, batting cages, and picnic areas.