- Feb 26 2024
- 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Randolph Intergenerational Community Conversation
What’s it like to make a home here? An Intergenerational Community Conversation
Monday, February 26, 5:30 – 8:00 pm
Randolph Town Hall, 7 Summer Street, Randolph, VT Directions
Free – Sorry, No Online Option for Attending
Join the White River Valley Consortium* for an evening of storytelling, a yummy dinner, and the warm company of your neighbors at the Randolph Town Hall.
This will be an empathetic, cross-generational, and open-minded space to share stories, strengthen connections, and enhance a mutual understanding of our communities’ dynamics. It will be hosted by several members of the White River Valley Consortium.
What was it like for you to make a home in Randolph?
What would make you feel more at home here?
Over the course of the evening, you will get to know other participants of different and similar generations through sharing your experience of making a home here and listening to theirs. We will provide each participant with a gift card to further your connections over coffee or tea.
This gathering is part of a series across the White River Valley to listen to our neighbors’ experiences with housing and other community challenges. This is a unique opportunity to leave assumptions and proposals at the door. Even if our conversation is about housing and other basic needs, it is not about specific solutions; rather it is about breaking down barriers so that we can address community challenges together.
Interested? Please register at the link below so we can gauge how much and what kind of dinner we should provide!
The White River Valley Consortium is a collaboration between diverse partners serving the communities of Braintree, Bethel, Brookfield, Chelsea, Granville, Hancock, Pittsfield, Randolph, Royalton, Rochester, Sharon, Strafford, Stockbridge, and Tunbridge. Since 2019, organizations and community members from these 14 towns have been building relationships and exploring community issues as part of the Working Communities Challenge program, and in 2022 began a three-year project focused on availability of housing that is affordable for young people. Vital Communities hosts the WRVC Program Manager. Learn more here.