Haiku: Capturing Moments in Nature

Do you have a favorite season? Can you think of a moment that reflects everything you love about that time of year? The snow gently falling. A flower blossoming. The leaves bursting with color.

Join poet Jennifer Y. Montgomery on a journey through the history of haiku and other forms of Japanese micro poetry from frogs to Zen meditation to clandestine feudal love letters.

She’ll then guide us through the basics of writing haiku. It’s much more than just counting lines and syllables; each haiku captures a season and a single moment in nature. Think about your favorite season and come prepared to write your own haiku.

FREE! Registration is required.

Please Note: This is a virtual program via Zoom. Participants will receive a link to the program via email upon completing registration.