THE ONE WORLD COFFEEHOUSE will host “A Night of Poetry & Song” to raise funds for Parkinson’s Disease research. Lary Lewman, a beloved member of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Columbia, died in 2013 due to complications from the disease. He had a burning love of language. Each spring, for 38 years, he wrote a new poem and mailed it to 600 people, which were later assembled into a book. In the 1980’s, Lary created Poetryman, a traveling troubadour in Shakespearean-attired who recited poetry in public squares in Baltimore, earning him the official title of “Poetryman of Baltimore.” The Lewman family and special guests will share a memorable evening of poetry interspersed with music.
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Advance adult tickets $15/At the door $20
Advance youth tickets $10 (age10-17)/At the door $12