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The Beat Poet Project by Cool Arts Society

Cool Arts Society is hosting The Beat Poet Project, an evening performance to celebrate the completion of an eight-week exploration, and fusion of rhythm and poetry.

Cool Arts, a local non-profit organization that provides art opportunities for adults with diversabilities; in partnership with percussionist Trevor Salloum and spoken word poet Rawle Iam James ; will present their beats and voices.

When: Thursday, July 3 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Where: Rotary Centre for the Arts South Atrium

How much: $5 minimum donation at the door

The Beat Poet Project is generously funded by a Special Projects grant under the B.C. Arts Council.

Find Cool Arts on Facebook; YouTube @ CoolArtsSociety; Twitter @coolartssociety.

 

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