Please join Polk County Supervisor Matt McCoy on April 28 at the Downtown Des Moines Public Library as he discussed homelessness, and refugees in our communities.
Matt will be speaking along with two others about Polk County, homelessness, and refugees. Additional speakers to be announced at later date.
The Community Forum will begin promptly at 1:30 P.M. on Sunday, April 28th -- and should conclude no later than 3 P.M.
All are encouraged to attend.
For more information, dates, times -- and for alerts, please visit the office Facebook Event Page
--Des Moines Public Library (Central Library)
The Central Library is located in the heart of downtown Des Moines at 1000 Grand Avenue in the Western Gateway Park near the Pappajohn Sculpture Garden. Offering unique architecture and a green roof, the Central Library has something for everyone. Our collection includes a wide variety of books, media, magazines, newspapers, microfilm, historic periodicals, city directories, sheet music and an extensive Iowa Collection. Free parking underground. The Central Library is a great place to get a book, use a computer or spend some time researching.
For more information, please visit www.dmpl.org
--About Matt McCoy--
Supervisor Matt McCoy represents Polk County's Fifth District, which includes the majority of Des Moines' south side, west side, and a portion of the north side. Matt previously served two terms in the Iowa House and most recently six terms in the Iowa Senate.