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Lit Night Reading Series Returns After Hiatus
After a change in leadership, City College’s Lit Night will return to its monthly schedule.
After a hiatus, Ingleside-based reading series Lit Night will return Monday, Oct. 3, at bar and grill Ocean Ale House.
City College of San Francisco creative writing instructors and students intend to keep the open mic night going after its founder, English teacher Michelle Simotas, departed for Southern California earlier this year.
“We hope you will come to read, sip and talk with old and new friends,” an announcement states. “Looking forward to rekindling the Lit Night flame with you all!”
Miles Escobedo, the owner of Ocean Ale House, will continue hosting the event.
There are some changes. Instead of having a theme such as love or fear, the participants will be able to select a reading with any topic. The organizers said the themes might return in the future.
Date: Monday, Oct. 3, 2022
Time: 7 – 8:30 p.m.
Location: Ocean Ale House, 1314 Ocean Ave.Website Lit Night
Disclaimer: Always double check event information with the event organizer as events can be canceled, details can change after they are published and errors do occur.
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