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WITHIN THESE WALLS: You can schedule an event for your club, coworkers, church group, or civic organization

WITHIN THESE WALLS: You can schedule an event for your club, coworkers, church group, or civic organization

You are invited to attend Within these Walls, an event series we host each month. 

Our Within these Walls events are small, personal gatherings that introduce you to LACASA Center and our mission. 

During these one-hour programs, we share our stories, discuss our plans for the future, and conduct a walking tour of our comprehensive facility. (Most people are surprised to discover the size of our center.)

We designed these monthly get-to-know-us sessions to increase awareness about the scope of LACASA’s services and the critical need for them in our community.

Donations are not accepted at these events. Within these Walls gatherings are strictly informational. Think of them as a structured open house.

After the event, we will call you to ask about your impressions of LACASA, learn if you have ideas or suggestions for us, and determine if you would like to be added to our mailing list.

Bring a Friend or Group!

Please invite some friends and accompany them to a gathering. You may contact us to get event invitations, which can be personalized with a hand-written message. RSVPs are required for these events, so please register in advance. (See contact information below.)

If you are interested in scheduling a Within these Walls private gathering, we can arrange one for your business, club, organization, or church group.

To schedule a date for your group to attend Within these Walls, contact Deanna Norris, Community Engagement Director, 517-548-1350, or email her at dnorris@lacasacenter.org.

We look forward to seeing you!

 Within these Walls – 2017

We will post our 2017 schedule when it becomes available

 

 

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