Sharing Learning & Final Celebration
for the Arlington Living Brochure project
Thursday, April 27th, 7- 9pm
at Robbins Library community room
- We will share what we’ve learned and hear what others have gained in this 2-year project involving 15 town committees.
- Enjoy light refreshments and improv theatre dramatizing the project’s impact.
- Learn about new programs (Arlington Welcomes Diversity and Arlington 4All) and give your input.
Please RSVP to Christopher@TrueStoryTheater.org
ARLINGTON’S LIVING BROCHURE • TELLING OUR STORIES • BUILDING COMMUNITY
Arlington’s Living Brochure gave 25 performances and 7 workshops on important social issues
in support of Arlington’s volunteer committees and commissions.
Arlington’s Living Brochure has helped make visible the work of 15 town volunteer committees, including Vision 2020, the Human Rights Commission, Sustainable Arlington, the Commission on Disability, the Diversity Task Group, Arlington Public Art, and others. This project is funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, with support from the Robbins Library, ACMi, and local artist Nilou Moochhala.