By Paul Schmitt
Close to fifty people learned some tips on how to speak with more civility at an event in Sturgeon Bay Tuesday night. Civility Matters Talking Together was hosted by the Door County Civility Project and Write On, Door County and featured two guest presenters. Dr. Kay Collier McLaughlin, an author of six books, including her newest publication Talking Together: Getting beyond Polarization through Civil Dialogue, shares the message she had for the attendees.
Mary Louise Dean, an artist, help facilitate the event along with McLaughlin who are both currently spending two weeks in residency with Write On, Door County. The Civility Matters program also featured local musician Cathy Grier who performed John Lennon’s “Imagine” to open the evening. The Door County Civility Project is a fund of the Door County Community Foundation. You can see video of Wednesday night’s event below.
Civility Matters hosted by Door County Civility and Write On, Door County Cathy Grier performing special song for Evening.
Posted by Door County Daily News.com on Wednesday, April 18, 2018
(photo above: Mary Louise Dean and Dr. Kay Collier McLaughlin)