First Churchmouse after hours of 2018 takes in the Sounds & Silence

Churchmouse After Hours is Jan. 24 at Churchmouse Bookshop

Bang, rustle, roar, ding, hush. The soundtrack of life on earth. Hear and share poems, music, and tales of cacophony and tranquility during the first Churchmouse After Hours of 2018.

The monthly neighbourhood coffeehouse with songs, stories, poems and prose celebrates Sound & Silence on Wednesday. This is not a literary open-mic. Though local authors do participate, anyone is welcome to read and saher work they enjoy and admire. Churchmouse After Hours is now on the fourth Wednesday of most months at 7 p.m. at Churchmouse Bookshop in St Mary’s, Oak Bay, 1701 Elgin Rd.


 

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