In January of 2018, Spirit & Place Program Director Erin Kelley became one of the first twenty fellows in the nation selected by Citizen University in Seattle to attend Civic Saturday training. Civic Saturdays are an analogue to a faith gathering, but do not aim to replace faith traditions. Instead, these gatherings serve as time for the public to nurture a spirit of shared purpose, to wrestle with moral questions, and to develop a sense of civic character. Using poetry, song, civic readings, a civic “sermon,” and conversing in Civic Circles at the end, Civic Saturdays strive to help people to show up for each other in civic life.
Upcoming Civic Saturday information forthcoming.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|April 28, 2018||A Good Citizen||Text, Audio|
|July 28, 2018||Promises||Text, Video, Audio|
|February 23, 2019||Becoming US||Text, Video, Audio|
|April 16, 2019||The Myths We Tell||Text, Audio|
|July 20, 2019||Optimism as Rebellion||Text, Video, Audio|
|February 27, 2021||Making Meaning||Video|
Erin Kelley is a public historian, public programming professional, dog-lover, beer geek, and voter. At Spirit & Place she serves as the Program Director where she oversees the annual Spirit & Place Festival by working with 100+ community partners across sectors and disciplines. Kelley wa ...
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