Arts Society gets into the Halloween spirit

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The Delta Literary Arts Society (DLAS) is back to scare audiences with its second Halloween-themed event, Killer Verse: Night of Literary Terror.

This production, featuring actors, costumed narrators, spooky music and some weird movies will haunt the North Delta Center for the Arts on Saturday, October 22 at 7 p.m.

“Halloween is always aimed at kids, so it’s fun to have an event strictly for adult audiences,” says Angela Rebrec, president of the Delta Literary Arts Society.

This year, guests will be able to enjoy a beer or cider, as the Society is delighted to introduce the Barnside Brewing team.

The event will showcase new fiction and poetry from horror writers across the continent, including performances by local actors.

“This show is definitely for mature audiences,” warns Rebrec.

“As always, the City of Delta has been a collaborative ‘dream team’ partner, working with DLAS to host entertaining literary events here in Delta,” adds Carson Jones, Social Media Manager for DLAS.

If fear isn’t your wheelhouse, DLAS has a whole host of events planned for the coming year, including its bi-monthly conversational reading series InkWellTold, its winter children’s production of Suki’s Reindeer Wish, and its poetry of a full day. UNBOUND festival, celebrating National Poetry Month.

“We want to nurture the literary talents of Delta’s student, emerging, and established writers,” says Diana Calliou, DLAS Treasurer.

Tickets for killer verse are available through Eventbrite or email.

To stay up to date on the Delta Literary Arts Society, please follow Facebook@deltaliteraryartssociety and Instagram@deltaliteraryartssociety

To become a member, volunteer or for more information, you can email DLAS at: deltaliteraryartssociety@gmail.com.

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