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FREE -- This Thursday
The Writer's Garret, Dallas

August, 2011


 
 
 
 

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The Writer's Garret wishes to thank  

our chief supporters  

and partners who make our very existence possible:  

 

 

Paperbacks Plus; National Endowment for the Arts; City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs; Texas Commission on the Arts; KERA; James and Gayle Halperin Foundation / Heritage Auction Galleries; ArtsPartners / Young Audiences; Gardere Wynne Sewell, LLP; Harold Simmons Foundation; George and Fay Young Foundation; M.B. and Edna Zale Foundation; Whole Foods; Mesquite Arts Council; R.L. and Phyllis Glazer Fund; Energy Production Corporation (EPCO); Wukasch Foundation; Kay Cattarulla Fund of The Dallas Foundation; Calvert K. Collins Family Foundation; Whole Foods; and our Board of Trustees, Board of Sponsors, and members.   

 

 

 

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THIS THURSDAY 

the GRASS will be GREENER

on the OTHER SIDE

 
Alejandro and his Tree  
Join us August 4, at 6 PM,

for an uplifting reading-tour

 of nature-inspired work

 by an amazing group of young writers

 from Promise House 

 (224 W. Page St., Dallas, 75208)

   

We invite you to share this rare experience

 of youth finding their place in the world, 

 a parable for us all

 in these ecologically challenging times.

 

 The tour, reading, and reception are FREE,

 but your feelings of inspiration will be priceless.


Like trees and grasses that sprout and grow under the most adverse conditions, these young writers and artists have faced more challenges as teens than many of us will ever know in a lifetime. Your presence will water their souls.   

 

They have come to us from Promise House to share  

their journey of reclaiming space from nearby parks  

to the lushness of their minds.  

 

Be a part of this miracle of growth, and you'll grow, too!

 

 

 RSVP here.  

 
 

 homemade book

A hand-made book from items found just outside the door.

  

 

 

Photo credits: Tina Aguilar and Kristi Wipperfurth   

  

Click here to check out another of our past projects,  

LifeLines, also funded in part by the  

Texas Commission on the Arts  

and the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs  

in partnership with Promise House.  

 

Please support our efforts of helping young people find their way with words.  

Donate now!  

 

Listen to the voices of young people putting their lives in perspective through poetry: LifeLines  

 

 

 

 

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