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A historical book series
THE CORAL GABLES TERTULIA
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2019
6 TO 8PM
Please save the date for three Fridays this fall and winter season as HPACG invites three fabulous speakers to present three different books that will bring the mission of HPACG to life in a friendly exchange of ideas and information.
Price: FREE for HPACG members
(or $50/$75 annually to join/renew)
This series will take place at three distinct, private, historic landmark homes in Coral Gables. At each tertulia, a featured speaker will present a book with historical and cultural themes. The discussion will be followed by a reception for participants to socialize and enjoy complimentary drinks and light hors d’oeuvres. Participants may purchase or check out the book prior to attending (you do not need to bring the book to the event).
Please RSVP to First Tertulia at email@example.com.
Please add the names in your party.
[$50 Individual memberships = 1 guest]
[$75 Household memberships = 2 guests]
FIRST TERTULIA: Friday, November 8, 2019 from 6-8 PM
Professor Joanna Lombard presents:
“The Death and Life of Great American Cities”
by Jane Jacobs
LOCATION: The Bride’s Cottage on Coral Way
Hosted by Laura Yusko
Sponsored by Mauricio Barba of ONE Sotheby’s
The physical address of the event will be provided in a confirmation email to your paid RSVP.
Since its first publication in 1961, ‘The Death and Life of Great American Cities” has become the standard against which all books about urban planning are compared. In prose of outstanding immediacy, Jane Jacobs writes about what makes streets safe or unsafe; about what constitutes a neighborhood, and what function it serves within the larger organism of the city; about why some neighborhoods remain impoverished while others regenerate themselves. She writes about the salutary role of funeral parlors and tenement windows, the dangers of too much development money and too little diversity. Compassionate, bracingly indignant, and always keenly detailed, Jane Jacobs’s monumental work provides an essential framework for assessing the vitality of all cities.
Save the date….
SECOND TERTULIA: Friday, January 24, 2020
RESERVATIONS OPEN IN DECEMBER
Dr. Brett Gillis presents:
“George Merrick Son of the South Wind” by Arva Parks
at a French-inspired estate in the French City Village
Hosted by Meg Daly
Sponsored by Ann Goodman & Cristina Soler
THIRD TERTULIA: Friday, February 28, 2020
RESERVATIONS OPEN IN JANUARY
Lic. Rubens Riol presents:
“If Venice Dies” by Salvatore Settis
at a Mediterranean villa in the Alcazar Historic District
Hosted by Herbert Brito
Sponsored by Loyda Lewis & Aleida Martinez
The Coral Gables Tertulia has been made possible with generous donations from: Mauricio Barba, Ann Goodman, Loyda Lewis, Aleida Martinez, and Cristina Soler.
Many thanks to our most gracious hosts: Herbert Brito, Meg Daly, and Laura Yusko