Auburn OBOC has postponed all of our remaining events for the spring of 2020. We hope to work with author, Gordon Chang, and others to reschedule our events for the fall. Because of the uncertain nature of this time, we will be refunding everyone’s money for the March 29th dinner. Once we are able to reschedule this event (hopefully in late September) we will notify people via email, and they may sign up for the dinner. Thank you for your continued interest in our programs. I know you share our sadness about our current situation. Stay healthy. We are working with EventBrite to refund your tickets.
Dinner and Evening of Culture Tickets
One Book One Community is offering a night of authentic Chinese food and culture to compliment this year’s book, Ghosts of Gold Mountain by Gordon Chang. Pete and Pat Enochs are locally recognized for creating unique, delectable cuisine are once again creating a menu that includes authentic, historical Chinese dishes. The nights speaker will be Ty Smith, Director of The California State Railroad Museum and we wll have on display “The Chinese and the Iron Road: Building the Transcontinental” a new portable exhibit providing a historical overview of the Chinese railroad workers who were instrumental in building the United States’ first Transcontinental Railroad. Utilizing graphic panels, the exhibit features historical and contemporary photos, illustrations, stories of descendants of the workers, and bilingual Chinese/English text written by Chinese Railroad Workers in North America Project at Stanford University (CRRW).
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