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C3 to host a special Sunday Gathering with Davy Rothbart

• Oct 28, 2018 at 8:00 AM

C3 will host a Sunday Gathering with Davy Rothbart on Nov. 4. It takes place at the Grand Haven Community Center, 421 Columbus Ave.

Rothbart splits time between Los Angeles, where he is working on several projects including new films and his podcast, and his hometown of Ann Arbor. He is a contributor to “This American Life,” editor/publisher of Found Magazine, Emmy award-winning filmmaker of the documentary “Medora,” which appeared on PBS’s “Independent Lens,” as well as being a regular contributor to GQ and New York magazines. He has written a series of short stories titled “The Lone Surfer of Montana, Kansas,” as well as a collection of essays titled “My Heart is an Idiot.” He also leads an annual hiking adventure called Washington to Washington, which brings inner-city kids from Washington, D.C., New Orleans, and Southeast Michigan to New Hampshire for a climb to the top of Mount Washington. 

Rothbart will have merchandise available for purchase at the gathering.

The Nov. 4 gathering will also feature a special musical performance by West Michigan award-winning artist Molly Bousma-Schultz. She and her husband, Scott, will bring their soulful and inspiring presence to the gathering. Previously members of the band Vox Vidorra, they are also co-owners of Creston Brewery in Grand Rapids.

The gathering will begin at 10 a.m. At 9 a.m., an inquiry session will take place for those who wish to dialogue with Rothbart in a small-group setting before the main gathering. All sessions are free and open to the public.

For more information, call C3 at 616-842-1985 or go to www.c3westmichigan.org.

 

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