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The renovated space for the Visitors Center was previously occupied by the much-loved Doug Radicioni barber shop adjacent to the former home of the poet James Merrill. The street-level space hosts community events celebrating poets and writers, sells books by Merrill and our former writers-in-residence, and offers a tantalizing glimpse of the Pulitzer-winning writer’s apartment on the upper floors of 107 Water Street.
The Visitors Center is currently closed to the public and only used for JMH programming.
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