Scary Stories for a Bleak Midwinter Night

This is the only way I can wrap my head around for posting a poster with information about Rivka’s and my upcoming house concert.

Scary Stories Hicks-Willick 2.3

If you want to make advance reservations, just phone me and you can pick up and pay for your tickets at will call the night of the performance … that will be somewhere in the vicinity of the dining room table, where complimentary light refreshments will be laid out. We’re hoping this house concert thing catches on. If it looks hopeful, there will be more of them with different tellers.

Seating is limited. Parking is tight, but doable. The Moylan-Rose Valley train station (Septa R-3) is a four minute walk. This program is not suitable for children.

About megan hicks

The best parts of my life happen when I pull magic from thin air. That happens with the spoken word. The written word. Reclaiming trash in the material world. It's about recognition. Re-cognition. Learning fresh the truth I've always known. Seeing new potential as a result of a change in context. It's alchemy.
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2 Responses to Scary Stories for a Bleak Midwinter Night

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  2. Norris Spencer says:

    I think it looks scary and oooooohs.

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