An Evening with Delta Donohue: India Calling
Jan. 16, 2109
Join us for an entertaining evening as author Delta Donohue shares stories of her journeys in India. She spent 10 years partnering with rural village women to help them create sustainable sources of income and step out of poverty. Many of her stories are chronicled in her award-winning book, The First Taste Belongs to the Gods. We will immerse ourselves further with a buffet of Indian food at the Denver Woman’s Press Club house. Come prepared to laugh and cry as you enter and experience a different world.
Amache Preservation Society Program
Sunday, Feb. 9
DWPC will commemorate this event in the month it happened by remembering with the Amache Society, a volunteer group that maintains the camp site, museum and research center in Camp Granada in southeast Colorado, as well as make people aware of what happened 77 years ago so that it may never happen again.
We have invited The Amache Preservation Society to give a presentation about the Japanese internment camps during WWII, and DWPC member Sandra Dallas will talk about her book Tallgrass, a poignant story inspired by the camp in Granada.
More information on registration to come.