The Village Square and Capital Public Radio are teaming up to present a free community conversation on May 13 and June 3 asking: Why are so many people hungry in a region known for its agricultural abundance? Explore these questions in an event that is part civic meeting, part salon and part social gathering. Community leaders from the front lines of food insecurity will share powerful public radio stories. You’ll meet with dozens of different neighbors to talk about why hunger is an important issue and how it impacts us all. Then you’ll have a chance to discuss local solutions and how you can get involved. Arrive early to stroll the information kiosks, see art and enjoy refreshments.
Come experience a different kind of conversation. You’ll leave with new connections, a deeper understanding of what’s at stake and ideas for how you can make a difference.
Capital Public Radio and Village Square Sacramento