KICtalks: Spotlighting Local Organizations that are Making a Difference
Apr 20, 2015 12:36:38 PM
Kalamazoo, MI –
KICtalks (formerly Kalamazoo
Connect) is a program that spotlights local organizations who are making a
difference, or have ideas on how to make a difference, in Kalamazoo. The
program will take place on Wednesday, May 6, 5-6:30 pm at Central Library,
315 South Rose Street.
Are you one of the many area residents who engage
unique, innovative, even wild efforts making Kalamazoo a great place to live
and work? We believe you need a forum to be heard. Kalamazoo Innovative
Community Talks, or KICtalks feature three short presentations on innovative,
engaging endeavors followed by an opportunity for informal discussion and
networking. Locally-sourced refreshments will be served following the
Presentations will be given in a TED-talk style.
Presentations must be a minimum of five minutes and cannot exceed ten minutes.
Audio visuals are welcome.
To apply, visit kpl.gov/kictalks today to enter. Deadline for
submission is Monday, April 27 by 5 pm EST. Selected speakers will be
notified by Thursday, April 30.
Questions? Call 269-553-7910.
KICtalks is presented
by ONEplace and Kalamazoo Public Library.
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