04/23/17 at 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Tony Dance Fitness Studio invites you to help us celebrate 7 years in business!
There will be short demo classes (15 minutes each), snacks, and raffles for your choice of a Studio Card (12 classes) or one month Free Unlimited Fiesta Buffet (includes everything except Specialty classes).
Open House Special Deal: Studio Cards for only $99, regular price $140
Specials for New Members: Free Yearly Membership discount card for the first year ($25 value)!
** Sign up for the Unlimited Fiesta Buffet for only $55 for the first month!
Come and join the fun, Tony Dance Studio is the place to be if you hate to workout, but love to dance and have fun! See you there!
Open House Demo Schedule – (You will get a Free Raffle ticket for every class you participate)
04/23/17 at 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
2nd Annual Time, Talent & Treasures Auction at Brunswick United Methodist Church
Featured products and services include:
Sunday, April 23rd. 1 pm Preview, 2 pm Auction
Proceeds to benefit the United Methodist Church’s World Missions Fund.
Refreshments will be available.
Please join us for this fun filled fundraiser. 320 Church Rd., Brunswick, ME 207-725-2185 for more information.
04/23/17 at 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Deepak Singh is the author of two books, Chasing America: Of Lollipops, Night Clubs and Ferocious Dogs, and How May I Help You? An Immigrant’s Journey from MBA to Minimum Wage. He has written for print and radio, including outlets such as the New York Times, The Atlantic, The Boston Globe, and NPR, and he’s a frequent contributor to PRI’s The World.
In How May I Help You? Deepak Singh chronicles his downward mobility as an immigrant to a small town in Virginia. Armed with an MBA from India, Singh can get only a minimum-wage job in an electronics store. Every day he confronts unfamiliar American mores, from strange idioms to deeply entrenched racism.
Telling stories through the unique lens of an initially credulous outsider who is “fresh off the plane,” Singh learns about the struggles of his colleagues: Ron, a middle-aged African-American man trying to keep his life intact despite health concerns; Jackie, a young African-American woman diligently attending school after work; and Cindy, whose matter-of-fact attitude helps Deepak adapt to his job and his new life. How May I Help You? is an incisive take on life in the United States and a reminder that the stories of low-wage employees can bring candor and humanity to debates about work, race, and immigration.
Mark your calendar for April 23 at 1:00 pm and meet Deepak Singh in the Morrell Meeting Room at Curtis Memorial Library. This is a free event. Refreshments will be provided and books will be available for purchase.
This program is part of the One Book, One Community initiative.
For more information: www.curtislibrary.com/communityread.
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