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You are all ConcordCAN!   Where do we go from here?

Tuesday November 15th, 8-9 am
Trinitarian Congregational Church Parish Hall
54 Walden St, Concord (use Hubbard St Entrance)
Online option: via Zoom (registration required)

The midterms will be over and the dust may or may not have settled, but the climate crisis, unfortunately, will still be with us.  How can we revitalize our climate efforts, and regain momentum fafter the lull caused by the pandemic?  How will the new political landscape affect the climate situation?   How can we ll effectively work together?

Now that the pandemic has become a new normal and most in-person activities have resumed, ConcordCAN is looking forward to gathering again in person, enjoying coffee, local goodies and conversation with like-minded neighbors about how we can strengthen our local response to the climate crisis.

Following very brief updates from the ConcordCAN Steering Committee and other groups, most of the session will be a community conversation.  We invite you to bring your ideas and concerns, and share the issues relating to climate and sustainability which you are working on or want get involved in.  A moderator will assist to keep us focused on issues that affect us locally and on which we can have an impact.  Our goal is to take away some new directions and hopefully form some collaborative working groups.

The in-person event will be at a new location and time – 8am in the Parish Hall at Trinitarian Congregationalist Church, which is directly entered through the side door on Hubbard St.  This is a larger space with lots of windows for good ventilation. Masks and vaccination booster shots are recommended, but not required.  If you prefer to attend remotely, please register for the zoom connection by clicking this link.

Whichever way you plan to attend, we’re looking forward to seeing you!

Come early (7:45am) to enjoy coffee and tasty treats before the meeting starts.  An interesting and informative conversation is guaranteed!