Join us for the three-day Restorative Community Practices: Building Stronger Families, Schools, and Communities conference at the Main Library this October 4-6.
Expanding on last fall’s restorative justice conference, this year’s conference takes a wider look at how restorative practices can be applied within families, schools, and communities. Also new this year: members of the community who have a passion for, and experience in, restorative justice principles have been developing the conference throughout the year alongside library staff.
Attendees can choose to register for one, two, or all three days of this year’s conference.
Day 1 | Friday, October 4, 6-9 pm
We’ll focus on building restorative practices to strengthen families with children. Learn more and register now: bit.ly/327se02
Day 2 | Saturday, October 5, 9 am-4:30 pm
We’ll learn how restorative practices can promote a safe learning environment in schools. Learn more and register now: bit.ly/2Zj5ldi
Day 3 | Sunday, October 6, 1-6 pm
We’ll focus on the community, including learning about restorative approaches and strategies the library uses as it strives to make the community the center of everything it does. Learn more and register now: bit.ly/2Zp1ZAB
Learn more about restorative practices: oppl.org/news-events/impact/coming-in-october-restorative-practices-to-strengthen-families-schools-and-communities