Queen City Ghostwalk, the Burlington company that has, for over a decade, provided haunted history tours to locals and visitors, has found a delightfully creepy way to celebrate National Poetry Month.

On Thursday, April 18th, they will present Fright by Candelight, an evening of dark poetry to benefit CLiF!

The program will take include readings from well-known Vermonters like Alice Levitt (“Alice Eats” Seven Days), Reuben Jackson (“Friday Night Jazz,” Vermont Public Radio), Charlie Papillo (WVMT Radio), Attorney General Bill Sorrell, Ron Redmond and more.

Light refreshments will be served before the performance, which takes place at Main Street Landing’s Black Box Theatre, 60 Lake Street in Burlington.

The evening will begin at 7pm with a reception and light refreshments.

Tickets are $13.00 and are available through the Flynn Center box office, 153 Main Street Burlington, online at flynntix.org, and by phone at 802.86.FLYNN.

We hope to see you there!

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