Trail Will Host Community Reading on April 13

A calligraphy pen lays on a piece of paper with writing on it.

Beverages and light appetizers will be provided.

Writers will read their original works at the One Community, Diverse Identities event on April 13 from 2-4 p.m. at the hill across from the dog park on the Karl Stirner Arts Trail. Beverages and light appetizers will be provided.

“With authors of different backgrounds, ages, and experiences, the showcase will feature a number of different writing pieces inspired by the writers’ personal interpretation of community,” says Qwin Pisacane, one of the Lafayette students organizing the event with funding from the Maggin Creative and Performing Arts Initiative. With this showcase, we hope to foster a sense of unity between Lafayette and Easton and build connections through a shared love of the arts.”

Chairs will be provided, but participants are encouraged to bring a picnic blanket if they wish.

The rain location for the event is Buck Hall, Snyder Street and N 3rd St.