Become a poet at free family workshop at Stoke Newington Library
Event one of several in libraries across the borough
LEARN how to create poetry at Stoke Newington library on Monday (October 25).
The event at the library in Stoke Newington Church Street welcomes children from age seven upwards alongside adults.
Rhyming, non-rhyming and rhythm will all be covered at the workshop, hosted by poet Neal Zetter.
The workshop is one of several events taking place this month to celebrate Hackney Libraries’ Family Learning Festival.
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To see the full list visit www.hackney.gov.uk/libraries-whats-on.
Places must be booked in advance. Call 020 8356 3000.
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