Waldo Reads Together

Waldo Reads Together

What if everyone in Waldo County read the same book and then joined together to talk about it? That’s the idea behind “Waldo Reads Together.” Join in reading Colson Whitehead’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, The Nickel Boys.

The goal is to help alleviate some social isolation while contributing to ongoing conversations about social justice, racial justice, equity and diversity.

Waldo Reads Together is a collaboration among Aging Well in Waldo County, Belfast Senior College, Waterfall Arts, Waldo County General Hospital’s Journey to Health program, local libraries and many more.

January: Obtain a copy of The Nickel Boys (available at the Monroe Library).

February: Read the book and join a virtual, multigenerational discussion group.

March: Participate in online events related to the book.

Visit agingwellinwaldocounty.org/waldo-reads-together to learn more and register for the event.

Link to original article in the VillageSoup

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