What’s Happening Today – February 22, 2019
Today on DelmarvaLife –
Leslie Passano, of Trappe, is here to tell us her incredible story of when her dog Cedar went missing in below freezing temperatures.
Leshell Dennis, the Author of “Woman Journey, from Pain to Purpose.” is here to talk about how she overcame drug addiction, physical and verbal abuse, prison, living in the streets. Now, she’s using those past hardships to help other women find purpose.
Ocean City is one of the most exciting places to visit on Delmarva. That’s why the folks at the Hyatt Place Ocean City/Oceanfront say—Why would you wait for summer when you could be enjoying it all right now? DelmarvaLife’s Sydney Whitfield visited the hotel to learn more.
We are also on The Mid South Audio Stage With “The Dead Pens!”
Mayor Jake Day is pleased to announce that this year, in celebration of the third annual Salisbury Poetry Week (April 1-7th), he will appoint the City’s first Poet Laureate. This two-year appointment will introduce the work of a significant area artist in the hopes of increasing awareness and appreciation of Salisbury’s rich cultural life as expressed through the art of poetry.
Applicants for this honorary position must reside in Wicomico County. If you or someone you know would like to apply, please submit the following three items to email@example.com:
- A paragraph explaining what you believe qualifies you for the role of Poet Laureate
- A 150-word biography listing past writing successes and achievements
- A packet of 7-10 pages of your poems (in MS Word or PDF format, in a legible font)
The deadline for entry is March 1, 2019. The winner will be announced during Salisbury Poetry Week on Thursday, April 4th at the Eastern Shore Voices Reading at Salisbury University, featuring Salisbury’s 2019 Poet-in-Residence, Jane Satterfield.