A Literary Feast– An Evening of Frost & Food

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September 14th
7pm
Join us for an intimate evening celebrating the work and influence of American poet Robert Frost. Enjoy special access to the Frost home in Greenfield Village and a dinner of locally sourced fare at Eagle Tavern.

A Literary Feast: An Evening of Frost & Food will feature the works of and readings by award-winning poet Vievee Francis and author Paul Dimond set against the beautiful backdrops of the Robert Frost home and Eagle Tavern in Greenfield Village. Guests will enjoy cocktails and light refreshments at the Frost home where the famed poet wrote “Spring Pools” among other works and listen to Ms. Francis read from her work and the works of Frost.

Guests will then take a Model T or Horse-drawn carriage to Eagle Tavern for a dinner of locally-sourced fare from Michigan farms and food purveyors. After dinner, Paul Dimond will give a presentation on his newly published historical novel, The Belle of Two Arbors and talk about Robert Frost’s time in Michigan in the spring of 1926. In addition, he and his co-author and poet Martha Buhr Grimes will read Frost poems from this time.
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Add to Calendar 09/14/2017 America/Detroit A Literary Feast– An Evening of Frost & Food Join us for an intimate evening celebrating the work and influence of American poet Robert Frost. Enjoy special access to the Frost home in Greenfield Village and a dinner of locally sourced fare at Eagle Tavern.

A Literary Feast: An Evening of Frost & Food will feature the works of and readings by award-winning poet Vievee Francis and author Paul Dimond set against the beautiful backdrops of the Robert Frost home and Eagle Tavern in Greenfield Village. Guests will enjoy cocktails and light refreshments at the Frost home where the famed poet wrote “Spring Pools” among other works and listen to Ms. Francis read from her work and the works of Frost.

Guests will then take a Model T or Horse-drawn carriage to Eagle Tavern for a dinner of locally-sourced fare from Michigan farms and food purveyors. After dinner, Paul Dimond will give a presentation on his newly published historical novel, The Belle of Two Arbors and talk about Robert Frost’s time in Michigan in the spring of 1926. In addition, he and his co-author and poet Martha Buhr Grimes will read Frost poems from this time.
20900 Oakwood Blvd., Dearborn, Michigan 48124 aBiAKdWFvzLJBiabzmaP28799 MM/DD/YYYY
Tickets:
Ticket Prices, Admission, Fees: $65; Member pricing $55.25
Phone for tickets/more information: (313) 982-6001
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Parking Cost and Availability:
$6, free for members.
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