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Laramie County Library Hosts Open Mic Night

Quincy Troupe Reading His Poetry (Donald Bowers/Getty)

Are you a creative writer, poet or musician?

Show off your talent at the Laramie County Libraries’ Open Mic Night on Wednesday, March 28, starting at 6 p.m.

It’s a great place to express yourself and let your voice be heard. There’s no competition and no expectations, just creative people hanging out and sharing their art.

And wow! Snacks will even be provided.

The Open Mic Night runs from six until eight-fifty p.m. in the Cottonwood room of the Laramie County Library on Wednesday, March 28.

If you need more information, call Annie at 514-1131 or send her an email to anniemshay1993@hotmail.com.

 

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