Saturday, July 13th , 2-5pm
Greene Block, 18 Main Street, Waterville, Maine
3pm reading & performance featuring Lisa/Liza, Catriona Morton, & Emerson Whitney
refreshments & desserts, temporary tattoos, zine-making & crafts, and a RAFFLE!
Magazines & books will be available to purchase

Greene Block is an ADA-accessible building with step-free access. This event will take place on the ground floor with garage doors open at street level. There is street parking available on Main Street, including a couple disabled spots. There is also parking behind Greene Block (on Google Maps, this parking lot is called Spring Street Connector). There are disabled parking spots by the door, and a dropped curb to enter. If you enter from this parking lot, you will need to take the elevator up to the ground floor. ADA-compliant accessible bathrooms are on the ground floor.

An ASL interpreter will be present for the reading. Masks are required and provided.

There will be various seating options available: high tables with wooden stools, lightweight, comfortable couches, and lightweight, moveable chairs. Seating will be set up for the 3pm reading & performance, which will be approximately 40 minutes.

With the street-level garage doors open, it will be possible to hear the reading from the sidewalk (noise-level dependant). The reading will also be streamed live on Instagram.

There will be light refreshments including seltzer, water, and iced tea. Desserts will consist of cookies and cakes, with gluten free options. There will be music playing at a low volume and a photographer will be present.

A zine-making & crafting table will be set up with chairs around it and supplies. It will be open to all and no guidance or instruction is provided. The table will be slightly separate from the main room.

Raffle tickets will be available to purchase at the event and the draw will take place at 4:30pm.

Please message us on Instagram @aSICKmagazine or email with any questions!

Support for Issue 6 is provided by The Ellis Beauregard Foundation project grants