Park Forest, IL—(ENEWSPF)—March 6, 2017. On Saturday, April 22, the Diversity Dinners of the South Suburbs will celebrate its 20th Anniversary. This year’s dinner will be held at Rich South High School, 5000 Sauk Trail in Richton Park, and will include a unique theatrical production, “Incognito” performed by author and activist, Michael Fosberg.
For two decades, Diversity Dinners has brought together people of different races, religions, ethnicities, lifestyles and ages to enjoy a delicious meal, discuss their common goals, understand differences, address misconceptions and offer solutions to strengthen our communities. This experience highlights one of the priceless assets of the South Suburbs: its diversity. For one evening, we slow the pace and take the time to reflect and celebrate the unique opportunity of living in the south suburbs.
The event is funded by contributions of individuals, businesses and local organizations, is coordinated by the villages of Flossmoor, Park Forest, Homewood, Richton Park and Olympia Fields; Homewood-Flossmoor High School District 233, Rich Township High School District 227, Congresswoman Robin Kelly, League of Women Voters Homewood-Flossmoor Area, League of Women Voters Park Forest Area, Center for Multicultural Communities and the National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI).
Please plan to join other area residents on April 22nd at the Diversity Dinners for a stimulating evening, as we celebrate our 20th Anniversary.
Tickets are reasonably priced at $15.00 per person. For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit our website at www.diversitydinners.com. If you have questions, please contact Diane Hodges at 708-720-5954 or via email: [email protected].
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