Carmel — Join us for a dramatic author performance of the novel, “Corn Hollow,” by LaVerne McLeod, depicting African American history in America and a Southern family during the rise of the Civil Rights Movement of that era. This presentation will be interactive, so plan to get involved, taking a role based on a selected chapter from the novel.
· Wednesday, April 11, 2018, 2:30pm-4:00pm
· The Carmel Foundation’s Diment Hall – SE Corner 8th & Lincoln, Carmel
· This presentation is free and open to the public
· Space is limited to 100
· For more information, please contact Leticia Garcia, Director of Support Services at 831.620.8705 or email@example.com.
The Carmel Foundation hosts weekly Wednesday Programs- a lecture, entertainment, or educational presentation such as a Cooking Demo with Myra Goodman, Monterey’s La Merienda Celebration or a monthly Wellness Series with VNA & Hospice.
About The Carmel Foundation
The Carmel Foundation is an organization that serves members 55 and better in the Monterey County area and beyond. The Foundation is located in Carmel on the southeast Corner of 8th and Lincoln. The Carmel Foundation gives seniors an opportunity to live productive, enriching lives by offering a luncheon program, homebound meal delivery, free medical equipment loans, in-home services and respite grants, free lending library, Saturday movie, Technology Center, low-income housing, and more than 60 classes and activities each week. For more information, contact Kimberly Willison, Director of Development at firstname.lastname@example.org, www.carmelfoundation.org, or 831.620.8701.