A Sprinkling of Poetry

Between now and the end of the year, you have a new reason to go for a walk…in the rain. Thanks to creative school children who submitted poems in April, and thanks to volunteers: Sara Smith, Joanna Dunn, Miriam Lapson, Asa Rosenmeier, and Jessica Lomelli, and thanks to respected poet, educator, and friend, Matthew Burgess, our first round of poetry has been installed throughout Belmont!

Each of the winning poems had an line or phrase extracted from the poem and painted on the sidewalk with invisible paint – visible only when wet. You can see them when it rains – look for them near common school routes to elementary and the middle schools, all are within a 5 minute walk for a school-aged child.

See them before they disappear!

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