Oregon Humanities is hosting a series of weekly virtual conversations and we’re calling it “Connect in Place.” Our aim is to create spaces in this physically separated moment for Oregonians to gather, connect, reflect, and talk with one another.
May 26: This Place Now
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. PDT. Click here to RSVP. Registration is required.
In this time of COVID-19, physical distancing, and uncertainty, what does Oregon feel like to you, and how would you like it to feel for fellow Oregonians across the state? This virtual community conversation will connect people from all over Oregon to make sense of this moment together, to share what we envision for the future, and to start exploring how we might get there.
Now that Oregon Humanities has convened a number of smaller, regional online conversations about how local communities are responding to current conditions, we hope to provide a gathering space for people from all over the state to do some cross-regional reflection and sharing in small and larger groups. Whether you’ve attended previous “This Place Now” conversations or not, you are welcome to participate. This conversation will include new people, questions and prompts.
This announcement was originally shared by Oregon Humanities.