‘Pay with a poem’ at Surrey’s Newton Espresso Cafe in April

A Newton cafe is offering the option to "pay with a poem" and get a free coffee, tea or pop during the month of April.

Pay for your coffee with a poem this month at Newton's Espresso Cafe.

Are you a poet and don’t even know it?

A Newton cafe is offering the option to “pay with a poem” and get a free coffee, tea or pop during the month of April.

The poems can be on any topic but keep in mind, they must be original.

The “Pay with a Poem” initiative is presented by Newton Espresso Café, Friends of the Grove and the Cedar Bark Poets in celebration of National Poetry Month. The idea has spread to 34 countries.

Newton Espresso Café is located at 7330 137th St. in Visit the Facebook page for hours of operation.

On April 9, a gathering of the Cedar Bark Poets is planned. Click here for details.

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