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'CREATIVE EXPRESSIONS' AT GRANDMA SANDY'S

In keeping with the spirit of Poetry & Conversation at L'Hotel Boynes, the University of the Virgin Islands Humanities Division is holding an evening of "Creative Expressions" at Grandma Sandy's Café on Friday, March 9, at 7 p.m. Poets, writers, performance artists, griots, actors, calypsonians and musicians of all persuasions are invited to share their creativity at Grandma Sandy's located in Royal Dane Mall in downtown Charlotte Amalie.
Participants are asked to limit their presentation to one piece that should not exceed five minutes.
For more information, call Mary Alexander at 693-1340.

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In keeping with the spirit of Poetry & Conversation at L'Hotel Boynes, the University of the Virgin Islands Humanities Division is holding an evening of "Creative Expressions" at Grandma Sandy's Café on Friday, March 9, at 7 p.m. Poets, writers, performance artists, griots, actors, calypsonians and musicians of all persuasions are invited to share their creativity at Grandma Sandy's located in Royal Dane Mall in downtown Charlotte Amalie.
Participants are asked to limit their presentation to one piece that should not exceed five minutes.
For more information, call Mary Alexander at 693-1340.