Current Workshops Scheduled  

Unless otherwise indicated, all programs are currently virtual.

Check back regularly, as details about workshops and registration change frequently. And, of course, you are always welcome to request your local library or organization to be a sponsor; actually that's how most workshops happen! Be an advocate for Civics Education! [Flyer with descriptions - DescriptiveFlyer-November2021.pdf

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Tuesday evening, February 1. 7-8:30. Sponsor: Albany Public Library. Register: https://cityofalbany.libcal.com/event/8704652 

Wednesday evening, February 16. 6:30-8:00. Sponsor: Cedar Mill Public Library. Register: https://wccls.bibliocommons.com/events/search/fq=branch_location_id:(11)/event/61ae8a422bf997360034689d

Sunday, February 27. 2-3:30. Sponsor: Hillsboro Public Library. Registration TBA.

Thursday evening, March 10. 6-7:30. Sponsor: Oregon City Public Library. Registration TBA.

Beyond Voting: Elections and Campaign Finance

Saturday, February 26, 11-12:30. Sponsor: Hood River County Library District. Registration: For patrons, check with Hood River libraries. Others: will be posted here a couple of weeks in advance.

Citizen Activism 101—Making Change Happen 

Thursday, January 27, 10:00-11:30. Sponsor: Wesley U. [affiliated with Wesley Homes (WA)]. Registration: Filled. 

The Constitution: Fulfilling Democracy’s Promise? -

Democracy, The Constitution and Representation in Congress.

Wednesday, March 23, 7-8:30. Sponsor: Lake Oswego Public Library. Registration: TBA. 

The week of March 21, 2022 at the Public Library Association Conference I will be presenting a three-hour pre-conference entitled, "Fostering a Stronger and More Inclusive Democracy Through Library Programming".