Live, Local Veterans’ Voices TV Show Goes on the Road Monday, December 18;
Join Us for a Town Hall at the California Theatre in Pittsburg at 7:00 p.m.
Veterans’ Voices is going on the road next week. We’re bringing our live, local talk show to Pittsburg’s California Theatre, and we invite you to take part in our first Town Hall event. We’ll be pulling back the curtain on the myths and the realities of being a veteran in today’s society. Talk with community and VA leaders about what matters most to you as a veteran.
Our Town Hall will involve our studio audience at the theater, and you can always still participate as part of our viewing audience from home. You can email, call, chat or text with questions or comments during the show.
We’ll also have a special segment, titled “If you really knew me.” We’ll use it to invite veterans to share more about who they really are, and help us break through some of the stereotypes that still surround the veteran community.
Tickets are available now for purchase and to reserve your spot in our audience. Find out more by visiting the California Theatre website. The show will run from 7:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. on Monday, December 18, 2017. The Theatre is located at 351 Railroad Avenue in Pittsburg. We hope you can join us! We’ll also be broadcasting live online, on Facebook and on Contra Costa Television, CCTV. Doors open at 5:30 – come see us before the show.
Veterans’ Voices is a joint production of the Contra Costa County Veterans Service Office and Contra Costa Television (CCTV.) It is underwritten by a grant from the California Department of Veterans Affairs. CCTV can be found on Comcast Channel 27, Astound Channel 32 and AT&T U-Verse Channel 99 throughout Contra Costa County. Catch prior shows or watch the show live online by visiting: http://www.contracostatv.org/veteransvoices.