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Fahrenheit 451

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Fahrenheit 451
by Ray Bradbury.


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Headline Events

All events are free and open to the public, but please note that seating is limited. Groups should call 553-7913 for availability before making plans to attend.

March 12, 10 am
Conflagrations of the Mind: 
Authoritarianism, Censorship, and Ideas

Presentation and panel discussion about book burning in National Socialist Germany, the U.S. Patriot Act, and censorship.
Open to public, 387-3230 for more information.
Western Michigan University, Lee Honors College lounge

March 21, 7 pm
Fahrenheit 451
Francois Truffaut's 1966 film stars Oscar Werner and Julie Christie. For information, call 337-7047.
Kalamazoo College, Light Fine Arts Bldg., Dalton Recital Hall

March 22, 8 pm
Fahrenheit 451
A cast of local actors will mount a readers theater version of the  stageplay. Seating limited to 50. Call 345-7529 to reserve seat.
Whole Art Theater, 246 N. Kalamazoo Mall

March 23, 2 pm
Fahrenheit 451
This screening of the film will be followed by a panel discussion with K College faculty. For information, call 337-7047.
Kalamazoo College, Light Fine Arts Bldg., Dalton Recital Hall

March 24, 7 pm
Imagination, Biography, and Censorship
Dr. Garyn Roberts, Ray Bradbury's friend and authorized biographer, will talk about Bradbury and the process he went through in writing Fahrenheit 451.
Kalamazoo Public Library
Central Library, 315 S. Rose St.

March 26, 7 pm
Fahrenheit 451
This repeat of the Whole Art Theater readers theater production of the stageplay will be held at the library.
Kalamazoo Public Library
Central Library, 315 S. Rose St.

March 27, 7 pm
Are "Firemen" at Our Door?
ACLU panel discussion on censorship and individual liberties.
Kalamazoo Public Library
Central Library, 315 S. Rose St.

“You don’t have to burn books to destroy a culture. Just get people to stop reading them.”
—Ray Bradbury
 Questions about the Reading Together program? Email us. Or call (269) 553-7913.