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Get Lit cancels Four Seasons event, will host happy hour instead

Restaurateur Adam Hegsted has created a four seasons themed dinner to accompany a night of poetry, art and music to kick off the 2019 edition of Get Lit. (Adriana Janovich / The Spokesman-Review)
Restaurateur Adam Hegsted has created a four seasons themed dinner to accompany a night of poetry, art and music to kick off the 2019 edition of Get Lit. (Adriana Janovich / The Spokesman-Review)

Get Lit’s Four Seasons: A Pairing of the Arts and Fine Cuisine, which was scheduled for April 22, has been canceled.

The event was going to feature a 12-course meal prepared by chef Adam Hegsted that was inspired by poems from Washington-based poets, along with music and art.

Instead, Get Lit organizers are hosting a free happy hour at Wandering Table, 1242 W. Summit Parkway, from 4-6 p.m. on April 22.

The food and drink for sale will still be inspired by the poems of Washington poet laureate Claudia Castro Luna; Spokane’s former poet laureate Laura Read; Dujie Tahat, co-host of the Poet Salon podcast in Seattle; and Pullman-born Keetje Kuipers, who now lives on Bainbridge Island and recently released her third book, “All Its Charms.”

Musicians Jenny Anne Mannan, Ruthie Henrickson, Liz Rognes, Gregory Spatz and Caridwen Irvine-Spatz will perform, and art inspired by the poems from Azzah Sultan, Julia Ugarte, Antonio Romero and Remelisa Cullitan will also be on display.

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