Book Your Discussion Circle Today!


Businesses, church groups and other small groups in the community are invited to use the Putnam's newest exhibit — RACE: Are We So Different? — as springboard to conversation and deeper understanding of equity and inclusion with Discussion Circles.

Discussion Circles are facilitated discussions in which all participants are invited to reflect on their experiences in learning about and experiencing race as a factor in their lives and communities. A community facilitator will keep the conversation positive and productive, which may lead to actionable results the group may administer on its own.
 
Two-hour sessions include exhibit admission and are available to small groups of 6 to 15 people from Jan. 28 through Memorial Day. For just $50 plus museum admission ($9 per adult, $8 for youth, seniors, college students and military), your group may book a Discussion Circle. Time slots are available Monday through Friday from 8 to 10 a.m.; 11 a.m. to 1 p.m or 3 to 5 p.m., or Saturday and Sunday, from 1 to 3 p.m.

Contact Relationship Advance Director Michele Darland at 563-336-7295 or mdarland@putnam.org.

Want to become a volunteer? Learn more here.


SPONSORS


RACE: Are We So Different? is made possible thanks to generous support from the following:

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Discussion Circles are generously sponsored by:

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