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Franklin Poetry Slam 2019 Video is up!

 

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2019 Slam Winners!

2019 FHS Poetry Slam Winners: More Pics are HERE ,  1st Place – Kalyn Street,  11th grade (left) 2nd Place- Ariana Peters, 11th grade (center) 3rd Place/Alternate-Julian Taylor, 11th grade (right) Ironman. Loving parents. Lying parents. Lying Politicians. Romance-real and imagined. Being Black. Being small. … Continue reading

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FHS Storyteller Wins!

Watch Sage win (at 30:26)! Video is up. Franklin wins Truth Be Told PPS grand story slam! Congratulations to storyteller Sage James, grade 11 from Franklin High, who competed against 4 other storytellers from Lincoln, Madison, Grant, and Wilson. Sage … Continue reading

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Word 2019-slam registration on Feb 26

FHS Poetry Slam is April 11 at 6pm in the FHS Library. Join our FACEBOOK EVENT! Buy Tickets to Verselandia FHS SLAM: REGISTRATION  OPENS FEB 26! Win $100  and a slot at Verselandia! View reg form  HERE.  Download and submit or enroll online. Registration closes … Continue reading

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Everybody Reads: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie March 14, 2019

50 free tickets and transportation to hear the Everybody Reads 2019 author, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie  on March 14! Adchie wrote the novel Americanah (always available in audio,ebook or hard copy from Mutlnomah County Library-while supplies last) & the essay We Should All … Continue reading

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FAST Slam Winners!

Congratulations to Sage, Lucinda, and Leilani: winners of the FAST StorySLAM 2018/19! We had a full house in the Blackbox Theatre to watch all 8 impressive storytellers share true tales about Endings. These finalists were just a few of the … Continue reading

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Tara Westover: Educated

Author Event: Tara Westover: Pictures from school visit are HERE . We have a very few seats left for  Tuesday December 4th to see The NY Times bestselling author of Educated here in Franklin Library for a Q & A during 4th … Continue reading

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