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Dec 22, 2017 • by Reading Public LIbrary
Stories of Reading

Reading Public Library warmly requests your attendance for Stories of Reading, a panel discussion providing the opportunity to hear key stories from community members, as well as to participate in an honest conversation about the immigration experience in our city.

Stories of Reading is an event that will provide insight and knowledge about immigrant communities; the issues they face, and how this affects the way they relate to American culture.

Join us at noon on Monday, January 15, in the Main Library located at 100 South Fifth Street, and be captivated by the following stories of our devoted city residents:

“How Josefina’s Bakery Started” 

by Dr. Felix Placido, owner of Josefina’s Bakery

“Cultural Misconceptions, Specifically about the Sikh Community”

by Goldy Ghuman, RACC student

“Coming to America”

by Yvonne Fonte, Legislative Assistant to PA Rep. Mark Rozzi

“Cultural Shock for High School Students”

by Andrea Palacios, Muhlenberg School District Student

“Reading Then, and Reading Now”

by Jason Orth, Reading Bike Hub

You will not want to miss this important event.

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