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Wednesday March 30 12:00 PM -
WMU Discussion

A series of book discussions designed to bring the WMU campus community together with the greater Kalamazoo population.

These events are free and open to the public.

Location: WMU - Bernhard Center

Wednesday March 30 2:00 PM -
Special Screening of the film Dead Man Walking

In preparation for the April 2-3 visit to Kalamazoo of author Sister Helen Prejean, free screenings of this powerful film that portrays Sr. Helen’s jail ministry while she was a spiritual advisor for a man sentenced to death.  After the film, there will be a brief discussion and an opportunity to assess your own attitudes on forgiveness.

 

Location: KPL Central

Wednesday March 30 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Slam Institute!

An interactive workshop on Slam Poetry, led by professional performance poet Christopher Bullmer. Learn how to write and perform poetry based on your life.

Grades 7-12

Location: KPL Central

Wednesday March 30 6:30 PM -
Special Screening of the film Dead Man Walking

In preparation for the April 2-3 visit to Kalamazoo of author Sister Helen Prejean, free screenings of this powerful film that portrays Sr. Helen’s jail ministry while she was a spiritual advisor for a man sentenced to death.  After the film, there will be a brief discussion and an opportunity to assess your own attitudes on forgiveness.

 

Location: KPL Central

Wednesday March 30 7:00 PM -
Selections from Ken Burns' "Jazz"

“The history of jazz is deeply intertwined with the history of America. Come relive some of the social and cultural events that would impact jazz music, jazz musicians, and jazz followers from the 1800s to the 1960s.” -PBS

All films are free and open to the public.

Location: Comstock Township Library

Wednesday March 30 7:00 PM -
Discussion
Stuart and West Main Hill neighborhoods joint book discussion
Location: K College - Olmsted Room

 

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