Community Partners: 2004

How Do I Become a Community Partner?

Community Partners are groups or individuals who wish to organize events related to Ann Arbor Reads. Events can be open to the public or restricted. Examples include:

  • book clubs wishing to use the book and have a private meeting
  • college or high school instructors assigning the book to their classes
  • local workplaces hosting discussion groups for their employees
  • coffee shops inviting patrons to connect over coffee on a particular night
  • a film society presenting a film related to the book topic
  • a Fraternity, Sorority, Residence Hall, professional society or other interest group hosting a discussion for its members

Tell Us About Your Event

If you have an event related to the read, and would like to have it listed on this site, please contact Tim Grimes, Ann Arbor District Library Community Relations Manager at grimest@aadl.org (734-327-4265). Please tell us the title of the event, date, time, location, sponsoring organization and contact information. Also, let us know if registration is required or if the event is on a drop-in basis.

Community Partners 2004

The African American Cultural and Historical Museum
Ann Arbor District Library
Ann Arbor Friends Meeting House
Ann Arbor News
Ann Arbor Open School
Barnes and Noble Booksellers
Bethlehem United Church of Christ
Brown Chapel AME Church
Community Television Network
Crazy Wisdom Bookstore and Reading Room
First Unitarian Universalist Church
The Jewish Community Center of Washtenaw County
National Association for Multicultural Education - Michigan Chapter
Nicola's Books, A Little Professor Store
Shaman Drum Bookshop
University of Michigan
Washtenaw Community College
Ypsilanti District Library