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Childrens Literacy Center provides one-on-one tutoring - for students who read below their grade level. Tutoring - is free and sessions are twice a week for an hour each - session. Call 471-8672 to register your child.
  • Childrens Literacy Center provides one-on-one tutoring for students who read below their grade level. Tutoring is free and sessions are twice a week for an hour each session. Call 471-8672 to register your child.

Maggie Sefton Signing, The Mystery Bookstore, 2501 W. Colorado Ave., Sat. Jan. 14, noon to 2 p.m. Free. For more information, call 632-2727.

Colorado College's Visiting Writer Series, featuring Demetria Martinez on Thurs., Feb. 2; Jay Parini on Thurs., Feb. 23; Philip Levine on Thurs., March 9; David Foster Wallace on Thurs., April 6; Chris Bachelder on Mon., April 17; Jim Moore on Thurs., April 27; Peter Matthiessen on Thurs., May 4. All at 7 p.m. Call 389-6853 for more.

Pikes Peak Branch NLAPW Flash Fiction Contest: Write a complete short story in no more than 100 words. Open to all ages and genres. Deadline is March 1. Call Jaye at 488-3580 for more.

Pikes Peak Library District is seeking papers for an upcoming symposium highlighting the life of Zebulon Montgomery Pike. The symposium, "Spare No Pains: Zebulon Pike and his 1806-1807 Expedition," will be held June 3. The deadline to submit papers is Feb.1. Send proposals to Chris Nicholl, Symposium Co-chair, Pikes Peak Library District, P.O. Box 1579, Colorado Springs, CO 80901. For more info, email cnicholl@ppld.org.

Colorado Sonnet Competition, for sonnets with a Colorado theme. No entry fee, deadline of Jan. 30. Call Jim at 282-0811 for more.

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