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2015 gala

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Authors Luncheon & Southern-Style  tea featuring:  

OKEY  NDIBE

DONNA HILL

V.A. MURPHY

Scatz Restaurant & Jazz Lounge

May 17, 2014; 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

139 Main Street Extension, Middletown

A Soulful Lunch & Southern Desserts will be served

Donation: $55.00

Proceeds will benefit the Priscilla J. Green, Esq.

Endowed Scholarship at Wilberforce University in Ohio

Best Dress Hats will win a prize!

For Tickets e-mail:   info@soulpassages.org

 

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Soul Passages DC Retreat

 by EOK

Soul Passages: A Book Club spent time in Washington, DC for its 2013 retreat.    Organizer Ronny  was excited to share his intimate knowledge of DC; he lived there for several years and extends his convention trips to visit his brother who lives in the area.

The journey began with most of the group taking the train together out of New Haven accompanied by gourmet boxed lunches from Forks and Fingers.  We checked into rooms at the Gallaudet University Kellogg Conference Center, historic site of the Kendall School Division II for Negroes built in March 1953.  Ron selected this location for its unique setting and wonderful accommodations.

Twenty of the club’s 40 members toured local sites including the African American Civil War Memorial and Museum, the Lincoln Memorial, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, the Museum of African Art, Newseum, the South Lawn of the White House, and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, where several members located names of loved ones who were listed on the memorial panels.  Paul A. Mazzuca, of Permanent Tourist in DC, led the tours with intermittent, supplemental comments from Joe Jackson.  The retreat also included visits to several local dining and jazz hot spots featuring Houston Person and Stanley Jordan.  Some members also visited Union Market and attended a Washington baseball game.

In the few minutes that were left unscheduled, Evelyn  organized a trip to the Knitting Loft owned by Cheryl Steplight for knitting and crochet enthusiasts and the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. National Headquarters. 

The club also held two book discussions: The Cutting Season by Attica Locke and 47 by Walter Mosley.  Carolie and Barbara were respective discussion leaders who prepared extensive material that aided the discussions.

Book club members also invited family and friends to join us for any of the festivities.  Charlotte, NC member John  joined us in DC and so enjoyed the retreat, he offered to organize a trip to his home town and related areas for the 2014 retreat.

Ron meticulously planned events in the retreat that could be enjoyed by everyone.  Hats off to Ron for a job well-done!

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IMPORTANT VENUE CHANGE

The Community Book Festival has moved to:

Wexler Grant School, 55 Foote St., New Haven, CT

 

Saturday September 22, 2012

9:00 AM - 2:00 PM - Free Admission

 

Click Here for Festival Schedule

 

 

Featured Authors

Solomon Jones - www.solomonjones.com

David Asbery - www.davidleeshow.net

Randy Kearse - www.randykearse.net

Richard Michelson - www.richardmichelson.com

 

Community Book Discussion:

32 Candles by Ernessa T. Carter

 

 

Saturday September 29, 2012 

Soul Passages Anniversary Gala

6:00 PM - 11:00 PM - Dinner Served at 7:00 PM

 Donation - $60   (Ticket Deadline 9/15/12)

La Mirage, North Haven

Dinner Dance, After-Five Attire, Door Prizes

Proceeds to Benefit the

Priscilla J. Green, Esq. Endowed Scholarship

at Wilberforce University, Wilberforce, OH

 

For more Information on the Book Festival, Anniversary Gala or the

Priscilla J. Green, Esq. Endowed Scholarship

at Wilberforce University

 email:

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In Loving Memory of Priscilla Green

Priscilla was an extraordinary woman, who accomplished extraordinary things, who when faced with life’s biggest challenge, fought with extraordinary strength, dignity and extraordinary faith.

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Anniversary Celebration

 Was a Huge Success

Celebrating 15 years of the Book Club Experience

African American Cultural Center

Yale University

Good company, good food & a font for creative expression

 
 

2006 Harlem Book Fair

When: November 12th, 2006
Where: St. Martin's Deporres Church
136 Dixwell Ave. New Haven, CT.

Come join us at the 2006 Harlem Book Fair,
you will not be desapointed!

There will be parking across the street at the Elk's Club.

(Find Directions Here)
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