Sesquicentennial: Robert Frost at 150


Join the Robert Frost Society, the San Diego Public Library, and the Library Foundation SD for five days of poetry workshops, talks, and readings to celebrate the 150th birthday of Robert Frost (born March 26, 1874). All events are free and open to the public.

Morning events (Workshops and Roundtables) will be at UCSD’s Park and Market. Afternoon and evening events (Keynote Talks, Lectures, and Readings) will be held at the San Diego Central Library @ Joan ^ Irwin Jacobs Common.

The Sesquicentennial will kick off on Wednesday, March 20 with a catered reception. On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, participants are invited to register for a Poetry Workshop and/​or a Poetry Roundtable. Workshops and Roundtables span all three days and will be led by distinguished poets and scholars. The Workshops are capped at 12 registered participants, each of whom must be at least 18 years of age. The Roundtables are capped at 22 or 30 registered participants, depending on the location. Sunday will close with two special events honoring Frost.