A Healthy Welcome (Carver County IZI)
October 4 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Please join us on Thursday, October 4th from 6-9pm for A Healthy Welcome!
a community feast and conversation about health for all neighbors in Carver County.
Join Carver County Public Health for the first in a series of conversations about community health and wellness.
Yes! This event is free.
Yes! Dinner is provided.
Yes! Children and youth are welcome.
Yes! We will help you find transportation. Call us before the day of the event!
No uniforms! Dress comfortably!
Chaska Community Center
1661 Park Ridge Drive
Chaska, MN 55318
Let us know you are coming! Call or email about a ride.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 612.928.7744
Day-of Contact: 612-875-3215
What to Expect
Dinner is served in abundance to allay any dietary concern from vegan to carnivore using the Marnita’s Table model of Intentional Social Interaction. Dress comfortably (no uniforms!). You are our guest for the day.
If you are receiving this invitation you have been identified as someone who will add and receive extraordinary value through your participation in this conversation. We are specifically seeking a vibrant cross-cultural mixing of individuals for this engaged and supportive conversation. If you know someone who will add and receive extraordinary value through their participation feel free to reach out to someone across race, class, culture or age and invite them to join you!
Many community allies and partners are inviting community members to this conversation. As a result, you may receive more than one invitation. We will try to accommodate as many participants as possible, so please let us know if you plan to be with us by sending an RSVP via e-mail to email@example.com.
About Marnita’s Table
Marnita’s Table seeks to measurably increase social capital across race, class, culture, gender and other means of self-identity in order to catalyze transformational change where racial and cultural differences are not viewed as deficits or merely tolerated, but instead viewed as assets. Experts at social capital building, in the past ten years we’ve welcomed over 30,000 people from around the world and the around the way to find common ground while breaking bread.