The Well turns one

To celebrate one year on the block, The Well is hosting a birthday bash Sun, Nov. 27 featuring a poetry reading by four local poets

The Well on Fort Street is one of Victoria’s creative commons. It features live music, poetry readings, books, local art, groceries, a cafe, a winter market and more. To celebrate one full year on the block, Victoria’s Poet Laureate Linda Rogers is organizing a party featuring a poetry reading by four Victoria poets shortlisted for the Montreal Internationl Poetry Prize ($50,000). Festivities kick off at 10 am with brunch, children’s entertainment, followed by live music and the poetry reading (2pm).  Don’t miss this chance to support one of Victoria’s most artistic and inclusive businesses. M

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