With the municipal election come and gone, CivicCamp is looking towards the future.
The non-partisan group, which attempts to engage citizens and build on ideas to make Calgary a better place, is hosting a planning event of sorts Saturday morning at the Calgary Public Library’s John Dutton Theatre.
“There’s really no hierarchy in the organization,” explained representative Jeremy Zhao.
“If certain citizens want to do certain things, they can go out and create a smaller group to push for what they want to do.”
Zhao said Saturday’s event, officially entitled CivicCamp 3-D, will be an opportunity to reflect on the election and set goals for the future.
“We’re going to be breaking down into smaller action groups — whether that be land planning, policy or transportation — all those small groups, we are really going to be concentrating on those,” Zhao said.
CivicCamp 3-D is free to attend and runs from 9 a.m. to noon. The John Dutton Theatre is located on the second floor of the W.R. Castell Central Library at 616 Macleod Tr. SE. For more information or to reserve a spot at Saturday’s meetup, visit civiccamp.org.
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