Lowcountry On The Table, a region-wide event featuring small groups gathering throughout the Tri-County area to discuss the challenges we face in our community, is scheduled for Thursday, October 4th.
Open to the public, the day-long event invites thousands of residents and “table hosts” to break bread while discussing and recording ways to make the Lowcountry a better place. Top ideas and recommendations will be awarded Spark grants to enact change, made possible from the Library Foundation of the Lowcountry.
“With no preordained agenda, this listening event is out to prove that every voice in the Lowcountry matters,” said Library Foundation President George Stevens. “To grow the movement, we’re calling on residents from all walks of life to recruit neighbors, friends, family and colleagues to participate in cozy conversations around a dinner table, a kitchen table, a picnic table, or wherever people gather. Anyone with interest and ideas has a seat at the table.”
Steps to participate as a host include:
Determine a location for friends, family, colleagues, and neighbors to meet for a mealtime conversation on Thursday, October 4th. This could be at a restaurant, over a home-cooked meal, a potluck, cups of coffee, or whatever works for a (recommended) group of 8-12 people.
hosting to register as a host, subscribing for weekly updates on how to deliver a meaningful experience. Hosts will be encouraged to gently guide their table’s discussion to wherever their guests want to go, while providing materials to record key topics. In addition, those who register to host by September 12th will enter the chance to have their table covered at Charleston Grill.
At the conclusion of the gathering, every participant (hosts and guests) will receive a short e-mail survey to capture their experience which will then be compiled with hundreds of others to make our community stronger.
For more information visit www.lowcountryonthetable.org, call (843) 608-1223, and follow updates on social media. The official hashtag for the event is #OnTheTableSC.
About The Library Foundation’s Lowcountry on the Table
The Library Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public nonprofit organization that supports libraries in Dorchester, Berkeley, and Charleston Counties. Lowcountry On the Table is a public service of The Library Foundation of the Lowcountry that will shape grantmaking and assist governments, businesses, and charities throughout the Lowcountry, set strategy and better understand the needs of the region. On The Table is a proven way to generate collaboration and give everyone a voice. The initiative allows community members to come together and become more involved and committed to our community. While we know that there’s no “quick fix” to the issues facing the Lowcountry, progress will result from residents and organizations listening to each other and working together towards changes that will help unite the place we call home. For more information, visit www.lowcountryonthetable.org.
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