Please join us in the Gundlach Theater on Thursday, April 26 with doors opening at 6:30 to hear the stories of the men and women of Crosswaeh, the local correctional facility for citizens with chemical addictions. The depth and meaning of their lives is best portrayed through theatre, which is why Heidelberg University students have adopted their stories to the stage and will be performing for the community. There will be painting, poetry and music to spread the message of nonviolence through the arts. Schools have also participated with their posters to raise their voices with their expression of a nonviolent Tiffin.
This program is sponsored by Nonviolent Tiffin. For more information contact Judy Smith ( JSmith29@heidelberg.edu.)
Please come and enjoy this evening with all.