Dinner & Dialogue: A Park Parent Jeffersonian Evening
Back in the 1800s, Thomas Jefferson turned the dinner party into something more than an opportunity for drinks and small talk. He started a tradition of inviting an intimate group of people to forge a discussion around a chosen topic. The only rule was that no more than 14 people attend, and the topic of conversation would be one that everyone would participate in. The goal of this type of dinner was to build community.

The PA DEI committee is piloting a Jeffersonian Dinner program for Park parents to spark authentic meaningful conversations and build community. In order to make a variety of connections we ask that couples attend separate dinners.

Please complete this form to tell us about your interest, availability, and a bit about yourself and your family.

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