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An Evening of Japan?

A reminder that Friday evening at the Japanese Embassy, Ottawa, there will be music by Debbie Danbrook, a rare female Shakuhachi (Japanese flute) player performing with Catriona Sturton. There will be a reading of haiku and senryu and the launching a haiku chapbook by KaDo Ottawa. (KaDo is Japanese for “the way”.) The event is free but seats are limited (last I heard under a dozen left) and need to be reserved with the embassy. (Info: http://bit.ly/b27PDx)

If you cannot make it, or if your tastes run in different directions, there’s Jeramy Dodds and Lisa Robertson at Gallery 101.

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