The library wants to support you in learning about current events, issues and civics -- both how government works and how to participate as citizens and residents of the United States. Voting is one of the most critical ways that individuals can influence governmental decision-making.
Join us for Civics on the Go, a series of casual conversations about issues affecting our world. This is not a formal presentation, just a chance for customers of all ages to stop by, chat with librarians and learn something new about the topic of the day. This month's topic is Elections and Voting. Drop by Schlessman Hall on Floor 1 of Central Library on Wednesday, September 5, anytime between 3:30 and 5:30 p.m.
Ask us questions; share your thoughts on topics like:
Who can vote?
Why do elections matter?
How do you learn about candidates?
What issues are important to you?
If you can't make it to the Central Library, we've got you covered. Check out the Civics on the Go: Elections and Voting resource guide.
Do you have ideas for future Civics on the Go events? What should we talk and learn about next? What does being an engaged member of the community mean to you?