215 Great Rd., PO Box 1228
Rt. 2A, Shirley, MA 01464
978-425-4311 or 877-536-7190 Toll Free
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Information Wheelchair patrons are most easily accommodated in the Sawtelle Room at designated table #21. Please enter through our front entrance on Route 2A for ramp access.

ALL SALES ARE FINAL.
The Bull Run has a strict NO REFUND policy.


Lunch & Dinner:

Wed - Sat, 11am - 10pm

Sunday Brunch:
10am - 2pm

Sunday Dinner:
2pm - 9pm

215 Great Rd., Rt. 2A
Shirley, MA 01464
U. S. 978-425-4311
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Words Change Everything (Poetry Reading)


4-13-2019 (Ballroom)

Poets Wanted:  April 13th 7:30-10:00pm

Join us for our fifth juried poetry night at the historic Bull Run.
Come share your original poetry, OR come to listen to great poets in the making.

This event will have three impartial jurors that will score each poem silently. At the end of the night we will announce the winner. The number of poems that you may read depends on the number of participants. 

Hosted by Kristie Connolly.
Guest Speaker: Zvi A. Sesling. Zvi is the Poet Laureate of Brookline, MA. He has published poetry in numerous magazines in ten countries. He has won several poetry prizes in Israel and was a featured poet in the Tenth Annual Jewish Poetry Festival and at First Light Night in Brookline. His poetry was used in the Spring Rain Poetry Festival on Cyprus in 2012. He reviews for the Boston Small Press; Poetry Scene and is editor of Muddy River Poetry Review. He has been a featured reader in the Massachusetts Poetry Festival and the National Boston Poetry Festival. Sesling was selected by Boston Poet Laureate Sam Cornish to read at the New England PEN Discovery Reading. He is author of War Zones, which is nominated for Mass Center for the Book Poetry Award, The Lynching of Leo Frank, which was nominated for the National Jewish Poetry Book Award, Fire Tongue and King of the Jungle, as well as two chapbooks, Love Poems From Hell and Across Stones of Bad Dreams. He has taught at Suffolk University, Emerson College and Boston University. He lives in Chestnut Hill, MA with his wife Susan J. Dechter.

PLEASE NOTE: Reading spots are limited due to time restraints.
EMAIL US HERE to reserve your reading spot. First come first served.


The Bull Run offers full service farm-to-table dining. Full bar available. $10 minimum per person. The Ballroom seats just 65 & this show sells out early!

Doors open at 6:00pm for dinner and seating. Poetry begins at 7:30pm.


* PLEASE NOTE: This show is in the Ballroom, which is NOT wheelchair accessible.
   Call 978-425-4311 for assistance.


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