From the Hugo House (Seeking Your Input) May 14

May 1, 2011
Ryukan

How does Hugo House move forward?

You’re invited to join the conversation as we build the future of Hugo House together.
We’re having an Open Space gathering to create a dialogue around what matters to YOU about what we do at Hugo House. In Open Space meetings, participants create and manage their own agenda of parallel working sessions around a central theme of strategic importance. More on Open Space here (link to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_Space_Technology). We’re going to convene around the question, “How does Hugo House move forward?”

We want to continue our tradition of connecting with our community as we look to move forward and bring focus to what we do best as a center for the literary arts. Here are the details and how to let us know if you’re interested in joining in:

Open Space Gathering
Saturday, May 14
Noon to 4 p.m. at Hugo House
Everyone’s invited. Lunch provided.
If you want to join in, please RSVP by May 9 to RSVP@hugohouse.org.

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