Join us on the last Tuesday of the month for “Witness to Change: Community Conversations on Coastal Impacts,” a new adult reading and discussion series through LEH’s Coastal Impacts initiative, funded by BHP. The four-part series incorporates history, memoir, and fiction and will engage participants in conversations on the beauty of and challenges faced by coastal communities. Click here
for the list of books we will discuss throughout the series.
This month we will be discussing Bayou Farewell: The Rich Life and Tragic Death of Louisiana's Cajun Coast by Mike Tidwell.
This program is free and open to the public, and all reading materials will be provided for you to keep. Registration is required and information regarding book pick up will be provided at the time of registration. Signing up for this event will register you for all four sessions. If you cannot attend any one of the sessions, please contact us. This program is designed for adults.
Witness to Change: Community Conversations on Coastal Impacts is made possible by the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities
and is part of the BHP-funded project, Coastal Impacts: An Integrated Approach for Community Adaptation, Understanding, and Planning
, which assists local communities to build intergenerational coastal literacy through community conversations around books, film, and exhibitions, fostering greater understanding of and support for coastal restoration projects.