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Join Why There Are Words PDX (WTAW PDX) on November 18, 2018 at Leach Botanical Garden as six acclaimed authors – Kate Carroll de Gutes, Michael Copperman, M. Allen Cunningham, Ramiza Koya, Anca L. Szilágyi, and Valerie Wallace – read on the theme “Migrate.” For details, including readers’ full bios, see:
Doors open at 4 PM; readings begin at 4:15. $10 suggested donation at the door; proceeds to benefit Leach Botanical Garden.
Please note that accessibility will be limited for our November event. Due to extended bridge construction, there will be no vehicle access to the Manor House and no access from the parking lot at SE 122nd Drive/Brookside. Parking will be at the SE Claybourne lot. The walk from parking to the Manor House is about 800 feet downhill through the garden on paths that are lovely, but regretfully are not wheelchair accessible, and not easy to navigate for those with mobility challenges. Future WTAW PDX events will be fully accessible.
Parking: Take the first left at the Leach Botanical Garden Administrative Office sign onto SE Claybourne (gravel single lane). The Claybourne parking lot entrance has a metal chain link gate. The entrance from the Claybourne parking lot to the garden is marked by planted pots and a kiosk. Guides will be available to direct you to the Manor House. •