A Community Conversation on Civility Gathers on October 12th
NORWALK – Norwalk 2.0, a community development advocate, working with REd APPLES, a grassroots non-partisan community coalition organized around improving Norwalk Public Schools are co-hosting a Community Conversation about Civility on Wednesday, October 12th from 6-8 p.m. in the Fat Cat Pie Co. special events room at 3-Wall St.
Both organizations want to start a conversation about how we as citizens behave in public. Whether it’s the Board of Education, the board room or public hearings, the climate of community discussion is in peril. What can citizens of Norwalk do to renew a sense of civility and respect?
The event is free, and open to the public. Light snacks will be provided by Fat Cat, and a cash bar will be provided for those wishing to have a glass of wine. Come, listen and share your ideas about what you are willing to do to change our community culture from one characterized by dysfunction and bullying to one built on respect and civil discourse.