Join us on Thursday, December 5th from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. for Celebrate! a feast and conversation about the holidays.
Come and enjoy this unique and engaging opportunity to be together as one community as we share our favorites and learn about the holidays our community members celebrate during this time! This event is hosted by the City of Chaska, Eastern Carver County Schools Community Education and Marnita’s Table.
Come dressed in your holiday best! What should you wear? Come how you feel most comfortable! Wear your favorite holiday or winter sweater. Wear your favorite cultural attire. It’s up to you!
Date | Thursday, December 5, 2019
Time | 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Location | Chaska Event Center
3210 Chaska Blvd, Chaska, MN 55318
RSVP via email to email@example.com You may also call us at 612.928.7744.
Yes! This event is free and open to the public!
Yes! Children and families are welcome!
Yes! Transportation is available!
What to Expect:
Expect to be enlivened and engaged.Together we will capitalize on existing energy, make new connections and build momentum as we share an abundant feast. If you are receiving this invitation you have been identified as someone who will add and receive extraordinary value through your participation in this critical conversation. We are specifically seeking a vibrant cross-cultural mix of participants. If you know someone who will add and/or receive extraordinary value through their participation feel free to reach out to someone across race, class, culture or age and invite them to join you!
A complete feast is served with abundance to allay any dietary concern from vegan to carnivore using the Marnita’s Table model (www.marnitastable.org) of a resource abundant environment where all can eat their fill! You are our guest and there is no charge to participate. Please dress comfortably. Children, elders and other community members of all ages welcome!
About Marnita’s Table: Marnita’s Table seeks to measurably increase social capital across race, class, culture, gender and other means of self-identity in order to catalyze transformational change. Experts at social capital building, over the past fourteen years we’ve welcomed over 54,000 people from around the world and the around the way to find common ground while breaking bread.