The Japanese form of poetry known as HAIKU may be ancient, but it is still very popular today. It’s almost like a game—just three lines, 17 syllables. Help the library celebrate National Poetry Month by writing some haiku to be hung on our HAIKU TREE to be displayed throughout the entire month. April 9, 3:30pm-4:30pm. Ages 5 and up. Library staff and poet Cary Stough will be on hand to guide and inspire. Feel free to come in any day after the event to add your words to the display.