Word On The Street 2011 hits the deck

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click to enlarge Theodore: Longtime supporter of the written word
Theodore: Longtime supporter of the written word
Word On The Street has decided it's better where it's wetter and are taking the whole shebang onto Halifax Harbour. WOTS partnered up with Waterfront Development and Maritime Museum of the Atlantic to "enjoy our Maritime heritage" and, presumably, fresh air and sunshine.

Readings will be held on Theodore Tugboat and the CSS Acadia, on the Metro Transit ferry for events on Alderney Landing. "We are certain that this innovative approach will heighten the already rich variety of readings, discussions and interviews people are used to enjoying at Word On The Street," says Colleen Ritchie, WOTS executive director.

Halifax’s Word On The Street is a free and is held on Sunday, September 25, 11am-5pm. For more information visit www.thewordonthestreet.ca/wots/halifax.

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