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Parlor Talk Cincinnati: What Does New Leadership Look Like?
February 10 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The Mercantile LibraryFree
Photo credit: urbanconsulate.com
Indulge in meaning conversation during the 2020 Parlor Talk Cincinnati.
What does new leadership look like? Urban Consulate’s Parlor Talk Cincinnati will outline the roadmap to success during its event hosted by Garry (Gee) Horton and Megan Trischler.
Special guests include:
- Lauren Jones, Greater Cincinnati Foundation
- Kate Tepe, Greater Cincinnati Foundation
- Naimah Bilal, University of Cincinnati Foundation and Urban Consulate
This event is FREE and open to the public. However, attendees must register online, call 513-621-0717, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for tickets. Claim your spot today while supplies last.
About Urban Consulate Cincinnati
A winner of the Knight Cities Challenge, the Urban Consulate began in 2016 as a network of parlors for urban exchange. Since then, it has hosted hundreds of conversations in Detroit, Philadelphia, New Orleans, Austin and Chicagoland to bring people together and share ideas for better cities.
The Urban Consulate consists of a social and civic community. By amplifying voices and ideas, and promoting a culture of learning, the organization creates more informed and engaged communities. Signature events include Parlor Talks, City Lobby, dinner and dialogues, tea and wine tastings, an urbanism book club, and film screenings. Also, events include Jane’s Walks, James Baldwin Hour, cross-city field trips, fellowship programs, video and podcast recording sessions, focus groups, workshops and more.
About the Mercantile Library
The Mercantile Library occupies the 11th and part of the 12th stories of The Mercantile Library Building in the heart of downtown Cincinnati and is one of the nearly two-dozen surviving membership libraries in the United States. Since 1835, The Mercantile Library has continuously sought out dynamic lecturers and speakers, experts on a wide array of subjects—politics, art, literature, science, religion and more. Also, the collection contains over 80,000 volumes and covers a broad range of subjects, including contemporary fiction, non-fiction, classics, and more.