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posted by winnie in on Mai 4, 2009 - View profile


Creating Vibrant Communities

Talk with Paul Born of Tamarack Institute for Community Engagement

Mercredi Mai 6 2009

Venue: The Hub
Address: 1673 Barrington Street, 2nd Floor
Cost: no mention of a cost

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Many of you have already registered for my talk at 6:00 p.m. this Wednesday, May 6 at The Hub. For those who have not yet registered, do not worry, just show up – there will be refreshments and many good friends. Do also bring your co-workers and friends with you. For those who have not been to The Hub this is also a great opportunity to experience this wonderful community venue.

I will be talking about community and the importance of collaboration and social change in chaotic times. I am also very interested in hearing about the good work that is happening in Halifax and to seek your input into how Tamarack can be or has been helpful in your work. I will also bring copies of my two most recent books: Community Conversations: Mobilizing the Ideas, Skills and Passion of Community Organizations, Governments, Businesses and People and Creating Vibrant Communities: How Individuals and Organizations from Diverse Sectors of Society Are Coming Together to Reduce Poverty in Canada.

Organizer:You can RSVP to: nancy@tamarackcommunity.ca (preferred) or just drop in on the spur of the moment.

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