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Serve Food and Coffee at Your Poetry Cafe

By Beth Newingham on May 1, 2012
  • Grades: 3–5

We ask parents to volunteer to make treats to serve at our Poetry Cafe opening. We bring our favorite serving pieces to school on the night of the cafe to "dress up" the sweets that parents choose to bring. Coffee can also be served for the parents.

Having a person who is in charge of the coffee station ensures that there are no spills, and additional coffee can be brewed if necessary.

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