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One Book

March 26, 2013

This year's chosen Folsom Lake College "One Book" is The Devil's Highway by Luis Alberto Urrea. Join in on the following activities:

Book Talks at the Folsom campus

Wednesday, April 3              
Part Three, Chapters 6-9 "Predators on the Devil's Highway"
Hosted by Dr. Yvonne Price, English
Aspen Hall room FL1-8 from 9-10:20am     

Thursday, April 11                
"Danger and Beauty in The Devil's Highway" 
Hosted by Bridget Crenshaw-Mabunga, English
Peregrine Room (Falcon's Roost upper level near Cafeteria) from 5:30-6:30pm      

Book Talks at the El Dorado Center

Monday, April 15                 
Part One
Hosted by Krisi Brown, English
Community Room (room C-102) from 6-7pm     

Wednesday, April 24      
Part Two
Hosted by Krisi Brown, English
Community Room (room C-102) from 7-8pm     

Special Events at the Folsom campus

Wednesday, April 3    
"Immigration and Relief for Victims of Crimes"     
Erika Gonzalez, Program Manager, Immigration Legal Services, Opening Doors, Inc.
Community Room (Aspen Hall room FL1-20) from 12-12:50pm

Wednesday, April 10        
"Immigration History and Folklore"
Donald Riding, Retired Field Office Director, Fresno, Benefits and Enforcement
Community Room (Aspen Hall room FL1-20) from 12-12:50pm

Wednesday, April 17     
Open Mic Poetry Reading
Hosted by Renee Schafer, Tutoring
Reading & Writing Center (Cypress Hall room FL2-239) from 5-6pm

For maps to the Folsom campus and the El Dorado Center, click here.