The Arts Cafe Mystic is pleased to announce its final outdoor performance on Saturday, November 14 at 2:00 pm with poets Jeffrey Harrison and Barbara Hill. Harrison, a long-time friend of the Arts Cafe, will read from his newly released collection Between Lakes (September, 2020). Local poet Barbara Hill, who hails from Pawcatuck, will read from her newly published chapbook A Few Sharp And Glamorous Words. Our musical guests are Greg Piccolo (on saxophone) and Bill Morrison (on bass violin), formerly from Roomful of Blues. Please join us outside on the patio by the river for a beautiful afternoon.
The event will be outside on the back patio of The Mystic Museum of Art, 9 Water Street, Mystic, CT.
Attendance is limited and all social distancing and outdoor regulations will be strictly adhered to.
Please use the Eventbrite link to reserve your seats now. Tickets are $15. If you would like to reserve a table for your group please let us know by email ahead of time.
We will have chairs and a limited number of tables available but you are welcome to bring your own folding/lawn chairs or blankets. Seating will be limited on the patio and with additional space on the lawn.
Feel free to bring your own snacks and refreshments but please note that this is an ALCOHOL FREE event. We will not be providing trash service.
Masks are required at the event. Once you are seated with your group, if you prefer to, you may remove your mask.
Rain-date: Sunday, November 15 at 2:00 pm. Doors open at 1:15.
Please enjoy The Arts Cafe Mystic's presentation of "Youth Will Be Served" in August. To encourage the enjoyment and honor the importance of the arts during these strange and challenging times, the event was free to the public, and we offer it to you, as a celebration of poetry, music, and our extraordinary student Poets Laureate. Please consider making a donation to The Arts Cafe Mystic to support our efforts to create and provide these most meaningful and necessary events.
To recognize National Poetry Month, we have created “In This Together”—a celebration of music and poetry and each other. The project springboards from “The Favorite Poem Project” that Robert Pinsky created when he became the US Poet Laureate in 1997.
Your support and contributions will enable us to keep The Arts Café Mystic program going.