Kids Get Behind Poetry Curtains

July 27, 2007 at 3:21 pm | Posted in Montana Poetry Day | Leave a comment



School children from each of our library communities got behind the making of our fantastic “Poetry Curtains” to celebrate Montana Poetry Day on 27th July. Children were asked to contribute their poetry to hang on the curtains and some attended sessions to read their poems.

From top left; Charlie from Broad Bay School peeps out from behind the Bookbus curtain (photo courtesy of ODT); Pupils from Siverstream South Primary in Mosgiel; Sue Wootton opens the City Library curtain; Blueskin Bay’s impressive curtain; a budding Waikouaiti poet; Poets Claire Beynon and David Howard speak to young poets from St Josephs School at Port Chalmers.

The curtains will hang in the libraries until the end of August.

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