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Dress up for Love and let the poet undress your mind this Sweetest Day... and fall in love again.

In this episode of Jessica Holter’s signature reality theater experience, she goes to Detroit for an unforgettable night of Romantic Comedy for Lovers and Friends. Kiss in public and love out loud in this therapeutic interactive poetic cabaret show that will titillate your body and turn the pages of your mind to new possibilities for your perfect date night. Project Founder and Author Jessica Holter stars with a cast of special guests.

You will enjoy this sensual evening of romantic antics, blended together with role play, comedy, and velvet-covered storytelling and poetry from Jessica Holter's new collection of works "Pussy Willow," the second installment of The Punany Poets original title Verbal Penetration, published by Zane, (now available in paperback at Amazon). Play along in our interactive segments. Learn how to touch the king or queen in your life with natural holistic healing techniques. Play along in our popular kissing competition. Humble yourself to wash your lover's feet or to make a Love Confession.

Dress up for love. Bring your willing heart, your open mind and your ID. You must be at least 21 to attend.

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Methodology: Producer Jessica Holter creates a judgment-free zone for open and honest and often triggering conversations about intimacy, which are softened and made palatable through impressive and suggestive imagery and choreography. 

 

What is Sweetest Day?

Sweetest Day

What is Sweetest Day?

For The Punany Poets, Sweetest Day is a chance to make you call in love again, at select locations in the midwest, like Detroit and Chicago! 

But, according to our friends is Wikipedia... "The first Sweetest Day was on October 10, 1921 in Cleveland. The Cleveland Plain Dealer'sedition of October 8, 1922, which chronicles the first Sweetest Day in Cleveland, states that the first Sweetest Day was planned by a committee of 12 confectioners chaired by candymaker C. C. Hartzell. The Sweetest Day in the Year Committee distributed over 20,000 boxes of candy to "newsboys, orphans, old folks, and the poor" in Cleveland, Ohio.[4] The Sweetest Day in the Year Committee was assisted in the distribution of candy by some of the biggest movie stars of the day including Theda Bara and Ann Pennington.[3]

There were also several attempts to start a "Sweetest Day" in New York City, including a declaration of a Candy Day throughout the United States by candy manufacturers on October 8, 1922.[5] In 1927, The New York Times reported that "the powers that determine the nomenclature of the weeks of October" decreed that the week beginning on October 10, 1927 would be known as Sweetest Week.[6] On September 25, 1937, The New York Times reported under Advertising News and Notes that The National Confectioners Association had launched a "movement throughout the candy industry" to rank Sweetest Day with the nationally accepted Mother's Day, Father's Day, and St. Valentine's Day.[7] I

n 1940, another Sweetest Day was proclaimed on October 19. The promotional event was marked by the distribution of more than 10,000 boxes of candy by the Sweetest Day Committee.[8] The candy was distributed among 26 local charities. 225 children were given candy in the chapel at the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children on October 17, 1940.[8] 600 boxes of candy were also delivered to the presidents of the Jewish, Protestant and Catholic Big Sister groups of New York."