What is a Charrette Discussion?
A Charrette Discussion is an open-ended and collaborative series of grass-roots planning sessions where a cross section of the public is sought to provide insight and input from a grass roots level. Most importantly, a Charrettes allow everyone who participates to be a mutual author of the vision of what Lorain can be in the next 20 years and how they may help to make that vision a reality.
Do you want to help the Lorain Historical Society create a virtual exhibit of what kind of community Lorain can be? Consider participating in one of the Charrette Discussion Groups, listed below:
Tues., March 21 at 7 pm: El Centro 2800 Pearl Ave., Lorain
Wed,, March 22 at 7 pm: LMHA 1600 Kansas Ave., Lorain
Thurs., March 23 at 7 pm: Croatian Club 4846 Oberlin Ave., Lorain
Sat, March 25 at 10 am: Carnegie Center 329 W. 10th St., Lorain
Sat., March 25 at 1 pm: Carnegie Center 329 W. 10th St., Lorain
Tues., March 28 at 1 pm: #1104 Union Hall Broadway, Lorain
Wed., March 29 at 7 pm: Croatian Club 4846 Oberlin Ave., Lorain
Thurs., March 30 at 7 pm: St. Frances Cabrini Church 2143 Homewood Dr., Lorain
This project is made possible with the help of The Community Foundation of Lorain County, The Nord Family Foundation and The Stocker Foundation.
The Lorain Historical Society is proud to be in partnership with the following organizations to bring this project to the community: Lorain County Community College, The Lorain Port Authority, The Lorain Public Library System, The Morning Journal and United Way of Greater Lorain County.