Kenmore Neighborhood Alliance and Wandering Aesthetics partner to present “The Stories of Kenmore” at the Rialto Theatre.
“The Stories of Kenmore” will be held on Thursday, Oct. 20 at the Rialto Theatre at 1000 Kenmore Blvd. • Akron, OH. This event will feature live storytelling, Pierre’s Brooklyn Pizza and cash bar. Doors open at 6 p.m., stories begin at 6:30 p.m.
This event is free. For more information please call Angela at (330) 217-1280 or email KNAcares@yahoo.com.
ABOUT THE EVENT
Akron’s Kenmore area is comprised of several facets: the village it once was, resonating across generations and distance; the community of need and those committed to its healing; the section a city, drifting from the neighborhood’s embrace.
“The Stories of Kenmore” is an event designed to meld vintage with what’s new, in a space where past is also present. We hope to start a process that will craft a new and shared identity– a sense of place and pride for all of our residents.
There will seven storytellers, among them: Captain Brian Simcox of the APD, Ameer Williamson, a Positive Hip Hop Artist, and Ward 9 Councilman Mike Freeman and the Coach Kemp Boyd. There will also be an opportunity for attendees to tell their own “Kenmore story.”
Captain, APD Zone 2
Story Title: “Growing up in Kenmore”
Positive Hip Hop Artist
Story Title: “Positive Artist in a Negative World”
Akron Community Foundation & The Akronist
Story Title: TBA
Coach, Kenmore Football Team
Story Title: “Football is More Than a Game”
President, Kenmore Neighborhood Alliance
Story “A Boulevard Child”
Akron City Councilman Ward 9
Story Title: “untitled”
Story Title: TBA
Captain, Neighborhood Block Watch
Story Title “A Kenmore Who’s Who?”
KENMORE NEIGHBORHOOD ALLIANCE MISSION
To enhance our community by reaching out to all residents to engage them in effecting cultural, artistic, recreational and business revitalization.
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