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•Friday, Feb. 28. from 6 to 8 p.m. — Teen Poetry Slam in the Pacifica Library Community Room. Organized for teens by teens. Come creatively express yourself with music, poetry, and dance. Ages: 13-19. •Friday, Feb. 28, from 7 to 9 p.m. Author/Artist Event at the Sanchez Art Center. “Legends of the Coastland” by Galen Wolf, edited by Shannon Nottestad, Luna Moon Press, 2012. •Friday, Feb. 28, 7 to 9 p.m. for a special LitWave event featuring a talk with exhibition curator and “Legends of the Coastland” editor, Shannon Nottestad. The exhibition will run from Friday, Feb. 21 through Sunday. March 30.

•Saturday, March 1-2 — Annual Literary Cake Contest in the Pacifica Sharp Park Library Community Room, Drop your cake entry off from noon to 2 p.m, Cake judging pink and white ballet shoes headband - ballet girl tiny dancer hairbow - newborn baby little girl photo prop - pink kids hair ac will be from 2 to 4 p.m, Make a cake that represents your favorite book, There will be Adult and Juvenile categories for best decorating and best tasting cake, The judges, some of whom are baking experts, including last year’s Cake Contest winner, will award prizes based on decorating and taste, Prizes will be awarded in each category and there will be a People’s Choice set of awards, too, Everyone is welcome..

•Saturday, March 1, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. — Sea Riddles on the Pier-Pick up a packet of riddles, stroll along the beautiful Pacifica Pier, and solve the riddles. Compose your own and stump the Riddle Master to win a tee-. •Saturday, March 1, at 7 p.m. In the Sharp Park Library Community Room. Author Event with Chris Hunter discussing “Legendary Locals,” his newest book, about Pacifica characters. Purchase a book and have the author sign it. •Sunday, March 2, from 9:30 to 11 a.m. — Lit Walk of the Historical Sharp Park District with Jerry Crow. Join us for a walk around West Sharp Park with Jerry Crow and learn about the history of some of Pacifica’s oldest buildings. Meet at the corner of Beach and Montecito. All ages.

•Sunday, March 2, from 3 to 5 p.m, — Poems and Pizza at Florey’s Books: Participants of the Write On contest are invited to read their poems at Florey’s and eat pizza, The Pacifica Poet Laureate Dorsetta Hale will be there to greet the kids and listen to their poems, K-5 will choose a poem during their pink and white ballet shoes headband - ballet girl tiny dancer hairbow - newborn baby little girl photo prop - pink kids hair ac weekly visit to their school library, It is hoped that the K-5 grade teachers will encourage reading of the poems the students chose, (Co-ordinators: Helen Davis, Christine Thorsteinson)..

Week of Feb. 24-28: Poems in Chalk-Pacifica School District students in grades 6-. 8 will choose a poem and reproduce it in chalk. This year each school site will have its own competition and chose the date for the event. Poems in Chalk “kits” will be provided to the schools. For the future of this event we are hoping to coordinate a district wide event at IBL, but this year the event will be at each individual school site. (Co-ordinators: Christine Thorsteinson, Sue Beckmeyer, Emmanuel Williams).

Month of February: pink and white ballet shoes headband - ballet girl tiny dancer hairbow - newborn baby little girl photo prop - pink kids hair ac Write On! Students in the Pacifica School District grades K-5 are encouraged to write an original poem and submit it to one of the Pacifica Libraries, The school with the most students participating wins a large stuffed animal to be kept in their school library until next year, Students can read their poems aloud at Florey’s Books on Sunday, March 2, Student poems will be kept in a binder and students will fill out a slip (surfboards) with their names for our Poetry Wall, (Slips will be color coded for the schools.)..

(Co-ordinated by the Pacifica Libraries). Wednesday, Feb. 26, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Ocean Shore School-Poetry Showcase (Mike Taylor). SPARC Poetry Showcase and Open Mic. Slam poetry classes have been working hard for a semester to put together stage pieces. The open mic is free for everyone to read, while the showcase displays several of the best team pieces from each fifth grade class. Slam poetry is original entertaining stage performance. Bring your family and friends to see a great show. Ages: 9+.

David Williams, Anthony McCarley, Don Delbon and Jan Fosberg are the latest persons to join the PSHOF, They will be inducted Saturday, Feb, 22 at the Grosvenor Hotel in South San Francisco, The PSHOF is sponsored by the Pacifica Sports Club, Helping to honor the inductees will be this year’s pink and white ballet shoes headband - ballet girl tiny dancer hairbow - newborn baby little girl photo prop - pink kids hair ac master of ceremonies Skyline College Dean of Kinesiology, Athletics and Dance Joseph Morello, The Grosvenor Hotel is located at 380 South Airport Blvd, The program begins at 6 p.m, with a no-host reception with the inductees, followed by the awards dinner at 7 p.m..

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