Commemorating the 57th Anniversary of the March on Washington DC
Time: Gather at 5:45 pm,March starts at 6:00 pm
Place: 300 block of N. Cherry St. across from Pleasant Square Park
IMPORTANT DISCLOSURE: Event is free and open to the public. Please no homemade signs. If you have symptoms of the coronavirus, or if you have been exposed, or if you live with or regularly come in contact with people who are at particularly high risk of contracting the virus, the best thing to do is to isolate yourself. And while it is generally true that we should continue to keep our distance from others right now, the desire to show up for your community and your loved ones is understandable. So, if you decide to participate in this local march, wear a mask. Bring hand sanitizer, and if you can, maybe pack a few extra water bottles, for yourself and for others who might need them. Try to maintain as much distance from others as possible, and not to touch anyone else if you can. Keeping in mind that the coronavirus appears to spread primarily through droplets expelled when people talk and shout and sneeze and cough, do your best to keep your mouth covered.
This is a healing racism training to help one another see The Face of God In Each Other. Facilitator Debby Stokes walks us through the day with thought provoking discussions, lessons, videos to help us learn to appreciate differences while finding common ground. This event is FREE and open to the public. Space is limited. Ages: Adults, HS/College Students.
Time: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Place: Zoom Meeting
Kick off with Facebook Live & Zoom Event
Week long 5K with daily giveaways
Registration: $20 adults & $15 students (ages 17 and under)
Adults - Yard sign and medal
Students - Poster and medal