Calling all poets! You can win a DryTown Season Pass Family 4-Pack AND have your poem stamped in concrete at DryTown if your poem is the winning entry in the City’s 3rd annual “Walk on Words” Poetry Contest!
The contest is free and open to all ages. Poems must be family friendly and themed around summer fun, and must be original compositions written by the submitting poet, no more than 12 lines long, including title, with a maximum of 35 characters per line, including spaces. All poems must be submitted by April 23 on the Web site,www.cityofpalmdale.org/walkonwords.
The about summer fun and you could see your work stamped in concrete at the waterpark,”
Poems will be judged based on suitability, originality, creativity and artistic quality. Poems not meeting the requirements for line limitation are automatically disqualified. Submissions containing profanity, vulgarity or offensive material are automatically disqualified.
Complete rules and regulations are available atwww.cityofpalmdale.org/walkonwords.
Winners will announced at an unveiling event at DryTown on May 25, 2015.
For information, please call 661/267-5611.