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Students at The Island School present immigration stories

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— image credit: Logo courtesy of The Island School

“Paved With Gold: Gratitude in Our Veins” is 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 29, in Webster Hall at The Island School.

“Paved With Gold” is a series of immigration stories, songs and dramatic pieces based on family experiences of The Island School’s fifth-grade class.

Students will reenact journeys from Western Europe, Ukraine, Viet Nam and other locales.

The vibrant and moving production is now in its sixth year.

Everyone is welcome to the free presentation.

For more information, email info@TheIslandSchool.org.

 

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