International Transition Town Trainer Coming to Port Townsend June 16-20, 2015

Tina Clarke is an internationally known Transition Town trainer a Certified Transition Town Trainer with the global Transition movement (www.TransitionNetwork.org) and will be in Port Townsend June 16 – 20 to lead a series of events hosted by Local 20/20 and Collective Impact, and co-sponsored by the City of Port Townsend, Firefly Academy Preschool and Thunderbull Productions. Tina  has helped over 120 community Transition Initiatives in North America and Europe and is one of four international trainers for the Transition Network. Find out more at the Sustainable Together blog or on the event Facebook page.

All events are open to the public, with donations gratefully accepted at the door to cover costs. Childcare inquiries should be emailed in advance to fireflyacademypreschool@gmail.com,  with the exception of the Wednesday 6/17 event (see details below for that.)

  • Tues 6/16 5:30 – 8:30 PM: Intergenerational Summit: Envisioning Our Future. Bringing together people of all ages who want to connect deeply around creating the community well-being and resilience we want for our future, as we address the likely environmental and economic stressors ahead of us. We will have the opportunity to speak and listen to each other about our concerns, our hopes, and our plans to realize the future community we desire to create together. PT Community Center, 620 Tyler St, Port Townsend.
  • Wed 6/17 6:30 – 9:30 PM: “How Can Religious and Education Institutions
    participate in Community Resilience?” All religious traditions and educational groups are welcome, as well as the general public. Co-sponsored by Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, which is where the event will be held (2333 San Juan Ave, Port Townsend.) Childcare is available if pre-arranged by 6/14, contact Jeanette Richoux at jrichoux63@gmail.com.
  • Thurs 6/18 7:00 – 9:00 PM: “The Interface between Public Policy and Grassroots
    Participation.” Join in a conversation to explore ways that citizens, grassroots organizations and local elected officials can work together in a spirit of true democracy to create a community vision and strategies for a more self-reliant and resilient future. PT Community Center, 620 Tyler St, Port Townsend.
  • Sat 6/20 1:00 – 5:00 PM: “COMMUNITY SUMMIT: Strengthening Well-Being,
    Increasing Resilience, and Supporting Quality of Life in Jefferson
    County”. Together we will identify ways to increase community well-being and resilience in Jefferson County, and to expand community conversation and action using an Open Space model. Note: Local organizations will have information tables set up from 1-2 p.m. and the workshop will start promptly at 2 p.m.  (Contact cindy@l2020.org if you are an organization that wants to table.) PT Community Center, 620 Tyler St, Port Townsend.

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2 Responses to International Transition Town Trainer Coming to Port Townsend June 16-20, 2015

  1. Peter Guerrero says:

    How does a local organization arrange to table before the Saturday event? Who should I contact?

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