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Sterling Nature Center Celebrates the Poetry of Fall – Christine Motto to Read Sunday

STERLNG – The fall foliage is finally here and so is the fine poetry of fall.

The latter will be on display Sunday at the Sterling Nature Center’s Sunday Poetry Coffee House featuring award winning poet and writer Christine Motto from 3-5 p.m.

Motto, a long-time instructor with SUNY Oswego’s Writing Arts Program works in poetry, non-fiction and fiction.

She has her MFA from George Mason University,  has published “Recognizing the Power of Others,” and has had work in the journals, So to Speak, Mothering, Fresh Ink and Deep River.

She is the winner of Dan Rudy Award.

The reading also features an open mic and Suny Oswego instructor Jim Pangborn.

Everyone is invited to bring their favorite fall poem or original work to share beneath the brilliant foliage at the center.

The Sterling Nature Center is located on Jensvold Road, one mile north of the Sterling Renaissance Festival.

For more information call the center at 947-6143 or Charlie Itzin at 947-5522.