Don't miss these two events sponsored by Threefold Educational Center!
Monday, July 25 at 7pm on the field behind the Arts Building
Momo the Time Titan: Free outdoor puppet show!
Based on the Children’s Story Momo by Michael Ende
An enthralling tale of an orphan girl who has made her home in a ruined amphitheater on the outskirts of a bustling, nameless city. Momo has a unique gift – in her presence troubles become less burdensome, conflicts are resolved, and imaginations take flight. But Momo’s world is threatened when mysterious gray men appear, promising wealth and success to people who hurry through life now, saving time and depositing it in a Timesaving Bank. Realizing that all that is precious – life itself – is at risk, Momo sets out on a perilous mission to defeat the men in gray. This is truly a story for our times, an imaginative fantasy and a tale of suspense with far-reaching implications about the quality of life today.
Friday, August 12, 7:30-9pm in Rose Hall
Civil Rights and the 2016 Election
A discussion between Clarence Jones, former speech writer for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and Ari Berman, author of Give Us the Ballot: The Modern Struggle for Voting Rights in America. Moderated by David Goodman, president of The Andrew Goodman Foundation and brother of civil rights activist Andrew Goodman.