Time & Location
07 mar 2021, 11:00
About the Event
JOIN US FOR THE GREENHOUSE PROJECT'S FIRST EVER BOOK CLUB!
Discussion leader, Sarah Regan, welcomes you to enjoy and share your thoughts about this wonderful book, "Officer Clemmons". Written by Dr. Francois Clemmons, this memoir takes flight from his traumatic early life in Alabama and Ohio, to his studies as a music major at Oberlin College, to his chance meeting with Fred Rogers which lead to their deep, spiritual friendship which spanned nearly 40 years.
It also covers his travels rom New York to the Soviet Union, Berlin to California, where Clemmons performed for audiences around the world. Evocative and intimate, and buoyed by its author’s own vivacious, inimitable energy, "Officer Clemmons" chronicles a historical and enlightening life and career of a man who has brought joy to millions of adults and children, across generations and borders.
THE DETAILS: You must have access to a computer or smartphone to connect. This is an online, small-group Zoom sessions, both casual and uplifting. Registration is required and space is limited. Sign up and meet new people!
For people Age 60 and over: Class is free thanks to the sponsorship of the Lack. Co. Agency on Aging.
For people Age 59 and below: A $10 donation for four sessions is suggested to the Greenhouse Project.
TO REGISTER: Email to sign up and get link: getGHPinfo@gmail.com Please provide your name, phone number, and age to register.
(New to Zoom? Don't worry. We will help you get connected!)