Productive discourse starts with civility, which is fostered through small gestures of appreciation, empathy, and graciousness. Stop by the Inform Your Community table at Historic Richmond Town in Staten Island to learn about productive discourse and purchase a gift to show someone you care.
Tickets for the Richmond County Fair required.
Celebrate & Create:
Small Business - Encore!
Inform Your Community will foster your child's entrepreneurial spirit by inviting them to create their own business storefront in a felt magnet playset. During this virtual event at 11:00 AM, children ages 3-14 will learn about the importance of shopping at small businesses and the role they play in helping communities thrive.
Free craft material kit will be sent to each attendee who registers by 12/07/21.
Avoiding Food Waste
Meet Jenny Rustemeyer,
producer and co-star of Just Eat It, a movie that exposes the extent of food waste in the United States, more often than not in ways that you may least expect. Join Inform Your Community for a virtual discussion to learn about the systems that bring food to your home and discuss the controversies surrounding them. Learn and share tips for how to prevent food waste when shopping, in your household meals, and when you eat at restaurants.
Free, Thursday, 6:30pm-7:30pm
Learning & Working Remotely
Enjoy the opportunity to mingle in a virtual environment from the comfort of your own home while having fun with Inform Your Community. Theme relevant activities will drive this informative event where attendees will gain insight about learning and working remotely, while also getting to know and share knowledge with peers.
More information to follow.
Bracelets That Bind Us
Join Inform Your Community for a fun one-of-a-kind virtual adult crafting event. As you make your own bracelet, learn about the prison system. Choose from leather or velvet for your craft kit that can be purchased in advance. Make one for yourself, and get a second kit to make as a holiday gift!
Materials list coming soon.
Invisible Disability Panel
A panel of experts with diverse professional and personal backgrounds will share their knowledge, experience, and insights about invisible disabilities. Join Inform Your Community for this lively and important discussion. Panelists will talk about current issues and take questions from the audience.
More details to follow.