Our 2018 Programs


Watertown Community Conversations:  How to talk about what matters in our community

"How to Talk about What Matters in our Community" is a hands-on introduction to creating effective community dialogue around public issues. This session builds on some of the successful programs now being used in cities and towns nationwide to support community leaders, residents, and stakeholders engage with one another in an inclusive manner leading to better understanding and more widely-supported decisions.

The purpose of this program is to help participants:

  • Learn about what other communities are doing;
  • Experience effective methods of engaging in dialogue about complex, emerging or controversial local issues;
  • Identify interest in promoting more effective dialogue in our community.


Wednesday, March 14

6:30-8:30 PM

Light supper served at 6:00 pm


Watertown Public Library
Watertown Savings Bank Room

RSVP. If you plan on attending our March 14 event, please let us know.  Thanks.

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Watertown Community Conversations:FaciliTator Training

Watertown Community Conversations is currently planning a second program to provide participants with introductory training to help them become better facilitators of community and public meetings.  To receive updates on our Facilitator Training program, please sign up for our email updates or visit this website.


To be announced


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