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October Means "Free Fall Baltimore" and CityLit United!

10/10/2010

CityLit Project and Enoch Pratt Free Library Present

CITYLIT UNITED!

In the spirit of the Maryland Center for the Book's 2010 "One Maryland, One Book" selection Outcasts United: An American Town, a Refugee Team, and One Woman's Quest to Make a Difference.

Join the friends of CityLit, Pratt Library, the Baltimore Blast, the International Rescue Committee, and the Maryland Humanities Council for stories, sharing, and soccer.

October 23, 2010, 1-4pm
Southeast Anchor Library
3601 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21224
410-396-1580

1-1:30 pm Reception and Autographs
Meet Baltimore Blast Players Carlos Garcia and Adrian Bumbut in the Auditorium

1:30-2:30pm Coming to America*
Blast Players Discuss Adjusting to a New Home (Carlos is from Colombia and Adrian is from Romania)

*American Sign Language interpretation during the 1:30pm program courtesy of the Hearing and Speech Agency.

2:30-4pm Kicking It!
Get Football Skills Tips from Blast Players in Reading Garden

CityLit United! is made possible by a grant from the Baltimore Office of Promotion and The Arts “Free Fall Baltimore” program. Thank you to partners Enoch Pratt Free Library, International Rescue Committee, Baltimore Blast, and Maryland Humanites Council’s Maryland Center for the Book.

Outcasts United: An American Town, a Refugee Team, and One Woman’s Quest to Make a Difference by Warren St. John is the 2010 “One Maryland One Book” selection.

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