Use The Root's Community Space for a Social Justice Event!
The Root Social Justice Center is available for community use after 5:00 p.m. on weekdays and all day on weekends (unless it's already booked!).

If you'd like to use The Root Social Justice Center for a public or private social justice event or gathering, please fill out the form below, email us at therootsjc@gmail.com, or call 802-254-3400. We will respond to you within one week, letting you know if the space is available and other important information. *Filling out this form does not guarantee that your event will be scheduled at the time requested.*

Space use is by donation -- if you are charging people for your event, we highly encourage you to donate a portion of proceeds to The Root. Thank you for scheduling an event at The Root!

What is the name of your group?
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Who is the contact person? *
This is private -- for communication with The Root only
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What is the contact person's email address? *
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What is the contact person's phone number? *
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What is the name of the event? *
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What type of event is it? *
(You can choose more than one.)
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Is this a public event or a private event? *
Public events will be announced twice on Facebook, on The Root's calendar, and in our monthly emails.
What is the date of the event? *
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If this is a public event, what time would you like to publicize the event as starting/ending?
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What time will you need the space? *
What time do you want to set up, what time do you plan to be finished taking down, etc.
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Will you be using The Root’s projector? *
Please include a 1 - 2 sentence description of the event.
If this is a public event, we will use this in our FB post and monthly email.
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If yours is a public event, please share the contact information you would like us to display on public posts, the calendar, etc.
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