Saturday 5th November 10.30 am, Cascade Gardens Hobart.
We are a little late with our Spring ginko, but hopefully the winds and the rain will have eased in two weeks’ time when we plan to meet at the bottom end of Cascade Gardens, near the play area. There is a car park at the entrance from MacRobie’s Rd, and a smaller one at the top near the brewery.
We will have a choice of walking up into the gardens, taking side-tracks and/or walking part of the Linear Track along the Rivulet. Afterwards it’s a short walk or drive to Hamlet Coffee Shop where we can share our haiku drafts and discuss the article by Ferris Gill on Seasoning your Haiku; perhaps you’d also like to bring your own ideas for season words.Hamlet coffee shop is at 40 Molle Street, Hobart (inside the car parking area at the beginning of the Molle Street end of the Linear Track. If the weather is too inclement for walking we can just meet for a coffee and haiku chat.
We welcome haiku lovers both experienced and novice, as well as haiku poets who are visiting Hobart.
Contact: Lyn – firstname.lastname@example.org or Ron – email@example.com