April in Montpelier is truly a special place as we celebrate National Poetry Month.  Now in its eighth year, PoemCity will fill the capital city with the contemporary poetry of Vermonters, young and old, from all corners of the state.  Over 425 poems will be posted as a walkable anthology for folks to read as they walk to work, buy groceries, visit the pharmacy, go to the movies, or check out books at the library.

We hope you will enjoy National Poetry Month this year.  Come to one of our many events or simply stop and read the poems around town.  Visit our blog, poem-city.org, and Kellogghubbard.org for information throughout the month.

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  1. We love poem city, and enjoy coming to Montpelier to walk around, see the poems, visit a few shops and have dinner. When we visited on 4/04/16 we found that some of the poems were missing from their described locations. The first missing were the three poems by Geof Hewitt that were supposed to be at Down Home Kitchen, and the second was “Squirrely” by Sam Hewitt (me) that was supposed to be posted at NECI on main. Can you please let me know where I can go to see these poems?
    Thanks for your help, Sam Hewitt

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