- What does “civil discourse” mean for serious-minded citizens who are worried about the directions our nation seems to be taking and the peril of ignoring critical issues like climate change?
- What are respectful, informed and effective responses to the current crisis?
- How can we be forces for understanding root causes and finding meaningful solutions?
If these questions trouble you, you may want to join the discussion at the upcoming Brown Bag Lunch sponsored by the Western Mountains Senior College – Tuesday, January 24, 12:15-1:30 in the Bethel Inn Library (snow date Wednesday, January 25). With the above questions at the core and under the facilitation of Brendon Bass and Seabury Lyon, we’ll share perspectives and try to inform our individual responses going forward.
Before the discussion date we’ll suggest some helpful readings and audio clips. All the more reason to RSVP early so we can add you to our email list! (Please RSVP, so we can plan for adequate seating.)
You may have helpful material to suggest. If you send it ahead of time, we’ll get it out to all participants. We already have a short list collated after the November Brown Bag Lunch discussion, and we’ll add to it.
This event is free and open to the public. Bring a bag lunch and join the discussion. FMI and to RSVP: email@example.com; 381-1110.
For more information about Western Mountains Senior College visit our website at http://sad44.maineadulted.org/western_mountains_senior_college