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Literacy Center announces Open Book Tours in 2012

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Taking a look behind the scenes of addressing literacy in Grand Rapids.
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January Open Book Tour

Join us for lunch!

The Literacy Center of West Michigan would like to welcome the community to experience a behind the scenes look at how the Literacy Center is working to improve literacy in West Michigan.

The Open Book Tours will be hosted from noon to 1:00 p.m. and include an informative tour of the Literacy Center of West Michigan and a complimentary lunch.  

To register, go to

The Literacy Center of West Michigan will launch the Open Book Tours in January 2012. The Open Book Tours is an opportunity for the community to tour the Literacy Center and learn about how they are working to improve literacy in Grand Rapids. The tours will be held monthly from noon to 1:00 p.m. and include a complimentary lunch. The first Open Book Tour will be held on Tuesday, January 10 at the Literacy Center of West Michigan, 1120 Monroe Ave. NW, Suite 240. 

Tour participants will learn about the Literacy Center’s programs and how they can become involved in helping Grand Rapids residents improve their reading and language skills. Participants will also hear learner success stories and meet the Literacy Center’s staff.

To register online for an Open Book Tour, go to For questions and to register by phone, contact Jennifer Kraai at 616-459-5151 ext. 24 or [email protected]

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