Friendship Village a Partner in the Kalamazoo Public Library “Reading Together” Program
February 05, 2018 | The Villager | Reading Time 2:00 Minutes
Friendship Village is excited to be a partner with the Kalamazoo Public Library’s Reading Together Program! We will be hosting a special forum on February 12 to Examine the Issues behind the book “Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City.” Join us at Friendship Village on Monday, February 12 at 2:00 p.m. in the KIVA auditorium. Listen and discuss as local landlords/property managers share their experiences with eviction. Participants will be: Lisa Willcut, Lockhart Management; Crispean J. Davis, Regional Property Manager, KMG Prestige; Adrienna Wiltzer, Princeton Properties.
We are happy to support the Kalamazoo community through this beneficial program!
About Reading Together
One Book, One Community
The purpose of Reading Together is to build a stronger community with deeper connections through the common experience of reading the same book and exploring its themes together. When we do that, we engage and learn, not only about ourselves, but more importantly about each other and the world around us.
By experiencing the same book, hearing the author of that work speak right here in Kalamazoo, and delving deeper into the books’ themes, we are able to embrace our similarities and differences from a common point of reference.
Very simply, when we read together, we grow together.
For more information about the Reading Together Program, visit http://www.kpl.gov/reading-together/2018/Default.aspx.