Please come to the next Unity Group luncheon and program on Monday, March 13th, when First Parish’s own Regie O’Hare Gibson will talk, rap and sing about what it means to get into the swing of our human condition in his presentation:
Letter and Spirit: The Rants, Chants, and Coos of a Literary Musician
Social time begins at 12, and the program starts at 1:30.
Literary performer and educator, Regie Gibson, has lectured and performed in the U.S., Cuba and Europe. He’s been published in Poetry Magazine, Harvard’s Divinity Magazine, and The Iowa Review, among others. He’s received the Walker Scholarship for Poetry from the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center; a YMCA Writer’s Fellowship; The Massachusetts Cultural Council Award for Poetry; and a Lexington Education Foundation Grant. His volume of poems, “Storms Beneath the Skin” has received the Golden Pen Award. Regie has performed with, and composed texts for, The Boston City Singers, The Mystic Chorale, and Boston’s Handel and Haydn Society. His poem, “This Building of Democracy” hangs on the wall of the Lexington Community Center. He is the host of First Parish Lexington’s “Voices on the Green,” Music and Storytellers Series, described as part Ted Talk, part Moth Story, and part house concert.