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KAA-MaCC present Community-Launch Speaker Series

Saturday, Oct. 26 • 2-3 p.m.

 

Public programming for youth and family remains a major part of the Kannapolis African-American Museum and Cultural Center (KAA-MaCC). It is committed to provide a programming series free to the public thereby allowing a larger audience access to speakers from within and outside of the Cabarrus and Rowan County community.

 

KAA-MaCC will present the “Launch-Community Speaker Series,” held at the Cabarrus County Public Library (Kannapolis Branch), to experience the ultimate in cultural engagement. There will be four afternoons of diverse opinions, profound insights, and fascinating discussions on a broad range of topics centered around community. Come experience a season of captivating speakers planned for the 2019-2020 season at the Charles A. Cannon Memorial Library.

 

The Launch-Community Speaker Series will be hosted quarterly by KAA-MaCC and the Kannapolis Branch of the Cabarrus County Public Library for those desiring to explore and pursue a sense of community. Launch-Community is free to the public and will be held on Saturday afternoons in the Meeting Room of the Charles A. Cannon Memorial Library, located at 850 Mountain Street, Kannapolis, NC.

 

On Saturday, October 26, 2019 (2:00-3:00 p.m.), the first speaker for the 2019-2020 KAA-MaCC Launch- Community Speaker Series is Mr. Vince Marcucci, Assistant General Manager, Kannapolis Baseball. He will share his experience and speak on school success to students and adults to help develop their sense of community.

 

Following the talk, the public is encouraged to join KAA-MaCC for a networking reception at the Editions Bookstore & Coffee Shop (located in downtown Kannapolis at 217 S Main Street) to continue the conversation with the speaker and get to know people to share interests and passions for getting ideas off the ground to build on creating a “sense of community.”

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