Community Mapping Project: Building Community Resiliency in the Hilltowns
Transition Williamsburg Event: Are You on the Map?
Williamsburg and surrounding communities are welcomed to come learn more about The Transition Movement on Sunday, April 11th from 3-7pm at the Grange Hall in Williamsburg, MA.
- From 3-4pm there will be a free screening of the movie, In Transition: From Oil Dependence to Local Resilience
- From 4-5pm there will be a Community Mapping Project & Clothing Swap
- And from 5-7pm a community potluck
- Child care will be available from 3-5pm
The film, In Transition: From Oil Dependence to Local Resilience is about change and hope, showing a practical vision for creating a post-consumer society, where ordinary people make a difference. To follow is a teaser of this film showing the first 8 minutes. Please come to the Grange on April 11th from 3-4pm to share in a free community screening and discussion:
A Community Mapping Project will following the screening to help identify resources and skills in the surrounding area. By gathering information we can encourage connections between individuals and coalitions – and skills and needs of the community can be mapped out to make us more resilient during these times of transition.
There will be a clothing swap during the Community Mapping Project too. Bring your families clothes you don’t want or have outgrown (both children & adult clothing) and swap for clothes you do want!
A community potluck will follow from 5-7pm Bring a labeled dish to share.
For more informationl, contactl Marie Westburg 268-7899 or Laura Porter 268-3191
See www.transitionus.org for info. about this grassroots movement that is spreading worldwide!
Sponsored by Transition Williamsburg.