ELAINE Akester will be reading poetry at North Lincolnshire Museum on Thursday November 3 from 6pm to 8.30pm.
It will be an evening of poetry, art and fun with discussions about the art that is exclusive to Scunthorpe steel town. Elaine Akester will also be doing readings from her poetry collections.
‘All snickets lead to Scunthorpe’ is an exhibition at the museum showing what Scunthorpe means to people. People can take part and demonstrate their views by writing them, taking a photograph, drawing or sculpting them, carving, sewing, baking or painting them.
The exhibition will run until December 2011. It is a chance to celebrate art and culture produced by people in Scunthorpe and surrounding areas.
This poetry evening and exhibition are suitable for adults that are interested in Scunthorpe and its industrial history.
People will need to book in advance to attend the free poetry evening by contacting 01724 843533.
To be involved in this exciting free exhibition of art by people in Scunthorpe you will need to contact firstname.lastname@example.org. It is going to be held in the Community Gallery at North Lincolnshire Museum, Oswald Road, Scunthorpe.
Councillor John Briggs, cabinet member for Asset and Estate Management, Sport, Leisure and Culture, said: “I would encourage people in North Lincolnshire to take part in the exhibition and poetry evening.
“The exhibition is a brilliant opportunity to learn more about Scunthorpe and the surrounding areas through other people’s memories and ideas.
“The poetry evening is a great way to meet new people, join in discussions about Scunthorpe and listen to Elaine Akester’s excellent poetry collections.”