You’re invited to Civic Saturday in Fremont.
They write:

What makes a neighborhood livable and thriving for all? In this time
of extensive change, inequality, ambiguity, and a national loneliness
epidemic, the moment calls for creating and maintaining an active citizenry and deepening
connection, steeped in mutual understanding and values. We invite you to share in this

Join This Civic Saturday Gathering, Part I, on February 24th
Grab a cup of coffee in the neighborhood and let’s join at the Fremont Library for meaningful
conversation about civic engagement and building a strong, caring, and intentional community.
During the first of three gatherings, “Won’t You Be My Neighbor, Finding Common Good and
Purpose in Fremont,” we’ll reflect and connect with others through conversation, civic
perspectives, readings, poetry, and song.
Location: Fremont Library, 731 N. 35th, Seattle WA 98103 (fully accessible)
Date/Time: February 24th, 10:30am-12pm.
Dates/Theme for Civic Saturday #2 and #3 at the Fremont Library: to be
announced at first meeting.

Cost: Free and welcome to all. Snacks will be provided.
or just drop by!
Transit options: King County Metro transportation: #28, #40, #62, #5. Paid street
parking is available.
More About Civic Saturday
Civic Saturday is a nonpartisan, secular gathering celebrating our shared civic purpose and
responsibility. Started in 2016 by Citizen University in Seattle, Civic Saturday is a national effort
to catalyze local gatherings with the goal of rededicating ourselves to the practice of being active
citizens for a healthy and responsive democracy. Learn more here:

Recommended reading (not required):
The Reunited States of America, by Mark Gerzon
A Higher Standard of Leadership, by Keshavan Nair
Choosing Civility, by P.M. Forni
Note: If the library does not have these books, please check