October 15, 5 to 6 pm
VILLAGE BOOKS "Community Conversations"
Readings Gallery at Village Books in Fairhaven
Tuesdays, October 15 and November 19
Inspired by the Unity Village project, Village Books has formed a lbook group that will focus on the issues around homelessness. The first book, "Evicted, Poverty and Profit in an American City" was well attended in September! The discussion could have lasted much longer than an hour. Thank you Claire!
October 15 Book:
Scarcity: The New Science of Having Less and How It Defines Our Lives
Same book, previous subtitle is more descriptive:
"Why having too little means so much."
A surprising and intriguing examination of how scarcity—and our flawed responses to it—shapes our lives, our society, and our culture.
Supporting our Historic FireHouse
See Upcoming Performances
FairhavenHistory.com is a 5 lemons sponsor for a new play at the FireHouse!
Also at the FireHouse in October....
Created by Kuntz and Company, this dance piece is about family, friends, husbands, wives, children, siblings, love, relationships, caring, love, loss, joy, owls, play, love, sisters, dads, moms, boyfriends, kids, racing, pushups, breakdancing, love, girlfriends, armwrestling, supporting, love, jazzhands, hope, seeing, climbing, lifting, each other, penguins, each of the bars or wire rods connecting the center of a wheel to its outer edge, dancing, high-tens, love, holding on, letting go of her, pulling, love, strength, singing together, alone, coasting, falling, your people, love, bells, churning butter, monkeys, girls, boys...but it isn't about bikes.
Created and performed by created and performed by: Ian Bivins, Vanessa Daines, Pam Kuntz, Annie Molsberry, Brent Molsberry, Ally Morgan, Kate Stevenson, Bo Stewart, and Montana Walters
October 17th, 18th, 19th at 7:30 and October 20th at 5:00
Firehouse Arts and Events Center
1314 Harris Avenue, Fairhaven
Tickets $18.00 general and $12.00 seniors/students
purchase in advance at kuntzandco.org
or pay what you can at the door
Tickets For disability accommodations
or more information call
360-510-4711 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, September 21st
The Legacy of Byron Elmendorf
A Celebration of his life and the legacy
10:00 a.m. on Taylor Dock
Boulevard Park and Taylor Dock were just a few of the many efforts lead by Bryon Elmendorf.
"When I'm done, it will always be good to come to one of our parks and see people having fun"
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