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The Vantage Point Arts & Culture Collective is presenting a series of free online programs celebrating Residences at Vantage Point’s 30th anniversary. The series, “Community Rising,” features videos followed by conversations between community leaders on issues of importance and current attention. Viewers may participate in the moderated discussions via Chat.
The final program, on Sept. 30, includes a TED talk video, featuring Princeton student Priya Vulchi and Harvard student Winona Guo, co-authors of the textbook, “Tell Me Who You Are.” It will be followed by a conversation, “What It Takes to be Racially Literate,” between Sabina Taj, Howard County Board of Education member and Adjunct Faculty at Howard Community College, and Hammond High School junior Uma Ribeiro. Register here.
The Vantage Point Arts & Culture Collective presents programs for residents of the retirement community and other local residents to showcase Residences at Vantage Point’s engagement with Howard County institutions.
There is no admission fee for the programs, but reservations are required. Register at https://bit.ly/2YNARh5 or call Katie Stewart at 410-992-1241. The Zoom link for registered events will be sent the day before the event.
Residences at Vantage Point was founded in 1990 and is a nonprofit serving people age 60 and above. Managed by Life Care Services, the community includes a variety of residential living arrangements and provides assisted living, memory care and long-term health services for residents should they need them. Residences at Vantage Point is located at 5400 Vantage Point Road in Downtown Columbia. Visit www.vantagepointresidences.org for more information.
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