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One Book One Littleton

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One Book One Littleton: Author Reception and Keynote 

Thursday, September 16, 5:30 - 9 p.m., at Arapahoe Community College 

The Bemis Public Library is proud to announce its first community-wide reading event, One Book One Littleton. In partnership with the Friends of the Littleton Library and Museum, and thanks to generous community sponsorships, the library has invited author Charles Vogl to present an interactive keynote program on his book The Art of Community: Seven Principles for Belonging. Attendees will be encouraged to engage directly with the challenges that Littleton faces, and the opportunities for strengthening the connections we have with each other. 

This will be a ticketed event. Beginning August 16, click here to purchase tickets.

We encourage all members of our community to read the book prior to the author visit. Be sure to pick up a book group discussion guide from the library, or click here for discussion questions, and challenge each other to discuss and investigate the concepts in the book. The library has multiple copies of the title available to check out (click here), and individuals can also purchase a copy from Tattered Cover at Aspen Grove. 

About the Author
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Charles Vogl is an award winning author, speaker, and executive advisor. His work reflects a calling to help leadership create connections and belonging. He is a founding member of Google Vitality Lab and has worked with leading organizations such as Twitch, AirBnB, ServiceNow, and Meetup, and the U.S. Special Forces. Charles began his lifelong study of change while a volunteer living in a Santa Ana, CA homeless shelter. He then worked on human rights in Sub-Saharan Africa as a Peace Corps Volunteer, and later built teams to create high social impact media as a PBS documentary filmmaker. Charles earned a Master's of Divinity from Yale University. He is the author of three books. 

Sponsored by the Friends of the Library and Museum

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