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MONTPELIER — Kellogg-Hubbard Library, host of PoemCity 2021, recently announced winners of the PoemCity Poetry Contest. The contest had over 100 entries, 40 coming from poets submitting to PoemCity for the first time, including two of the winners.

Catamount Arts, the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum, and the St. Johnsbury Chamber of Commerce announced events for PoemTown St. Johnsbury, a celebration of National Poetry month in April. Affiliated with PoemCity in Montpelier, PoemTown St. Johnsbury papers shop windows and storefronts with poems, hosts readings and remembrances, and decorates the town with yellow haiku circles.

BETHLEHEM, N.H. — Bethlehem Hebrew Congregation will host its Annual Holocaust Remembrance Service on at 2 p.m., Sunday, April 11. This annual program, usually presented in the sanctuary of the synagogue on Strawberry Hill Street in Bethlehem, will be accessible to members and friends in the community this year as a Zoom presentation.

FRANCONIA, N.H. — Due to numerous shifts and changes this school year, the deadline for the 2021 Voices Above the Notch Young Poets’ Contest has been extended until March 15. The link to the contest requirements and to submit is found on The Frost Place webpage at

Monday marked the first day of Black History Month, a celebration of the contributions, accomplishments, and experiences of African Americans throughout our nation’s four-hundred-year history, from slaves arriving in a Virginia colony in 1619 to Amanda Gorman’s inaugural poem in 2021.

Waterford School students in grades 3-8 were recently invited to submit poetry for a National Poetry Contest hosted by Appelley Publishing. Altogether, 10 students submitted poems to the contest. The contest winners will be announced April 9 and include entries from all over the country.