WET Coast Writers to perform ‘Ukee meets Tuff at the Cove’ Friday, 7 pm

The Pacific Rim Arts Society presents an evening of stories and poetry Friday July 4 from 7pm to 9:30 pm at Blackberry Cove Coffeehouse in Ucluelet.

It’s all part of the PRAS Summer Festival and the Clayoquot Writers Group.

“Ukee meets Tuff at the Cove” will include stories poems from WET Coast writers. Admission $7. Participants are expected to include David Floody, Christine Lowther, Greg Blanchette, Shirley Martin and a number of other West Coast talents.

(PRAS POSTER ART BY SHANNON MCWHINNEY)

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