"M—E—M—O—RIES…” was the theme of the August King Farm Neighbors Village (KFNV) events. Specifically, on August 13th the KFNV Book Club held an interesting and thoughtful discussion about the book Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Scottish debut novelist, Gail Honeyman. The book is a beautifully written, humorous, and poignant work which in large part is about the protagonist’s lost memories.
The KFNV Book Club with Rita Weiss as leader and moderator
Likewise, the topic for the August 19th KFNV’s Coffee and Conversation was a favorite childhood memory. About 14 participants engaged in a lively discussion of their favorite childhood memories along with a “show and tell” of mementos related to these memories.
Coffee and Conversation participants discussing and sharing memories and mementos.
Both August events allowed KFNV members to not only discuss memories or a novel whose theme was lost memories, but more importantly to engage in a conversation and connect with its neighbors—the goal of KFNV.
And KFNV has more of these memory-making events scheduled for the fall, so please stay up-to-date with KFNV events by visiting the Home and Events pages of the KFNV website at www.kfnv.org.