Gather with a common purpose
In a time of deep anxiety, disconnectedness, and political polarization, people need a place to come together in civic community — in a room, face-to-face — to reflect on and rededicate ourselves to the values and practices of being a contributing member in civic life within the United States. Civic Saturday began in Seattle and is now in over 30 cities across the country.
Civic Saturday gathers friends and strangers together to nurture a spirit of shared purpose. At the gathering, we connect around the values and practices of being an active citizen, reckon with and reflect on our nation’s creed, and build relationships that create new civic traditions that are joyful and communal.
Are you interested in bringing Civic Saturday to your community?
Lincoln and Omaha:
Contact Amanda Barker, director of civic health programs, at 402.904.5191 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Daniel Bennett, rural civic health programs manager, at 402.904.5191 or email@example.com