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The Marshall Auricular Hour presents: An Evening With Local Writers

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The Marshall Auricular Hour presents: An Evening With Local Writers

Time: November 17, 2009 from 7pm to 10pm
Location: The FBI (French Broad Institute) & Lapland Bookshop & Arts
Street: Main Street
City/Town: Marshall, NC
Website or Map: http://laplandbookshop.com
Phone: 828 649-0099
Event Type: arts, literary, reading, booksigning, wine, reception
Organized By: The FBI, Lapland Bookshop & Arts, Zuma Coffee
Latest Activity: Nov 16, 2009

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THE MARSHALL AURICULAR HOUR music and literary series returns to Downtown Marshall, November 17th at 7pm at The FBI, with readings by local poets Laura Hope Gill & Rose McLarney, and local novelist Ed Krause. The performance will be followed by a wine reception and book signing down the street at Lapland Bookshop & Arts. Additional refreshments provided by Zuma Coffee.

The Marshall Auricular Hour marks the partnership of three cultural destinations in Marshall, North Carolina, thirty minutes from Downtown Asheville. The FBI (The French Broad Institute of Time and The River) is an arts venue and residency program founded by poet Lee Ann Brown and actor/director Tony Torn. Lapland Bookshop & Arts offers new and gently used books and select handcrafts in a storybook cottage setting. Zuma Coffee is Marshall’s meeting place for coffee, tea and fresh baked goods.

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