WKSU’s COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS | Kent State University

WKSU’s COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS

WKSU’s 
COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS

What issues are important to you and your neighbors?

Every day you discover more about your hometown and Northeast Ohio from the award-winning WKSU newsroom. You hear from us –and now we want to hear from you!
WKSU’s Community Conversations are intended to be robust dialogues and community gatherings focused on the issues and topic's that are top of you mind.


Each free event takes place in a different part of WKSU's coverage area and includes a meet and greet with WKSU reporters and staff followed by an open discussion centered on specific concerns of those living in the host cities. For this event, join WKSU News Director Andrew Meyer, Reporter and 'All Things Considered' Jeff St. Clair, Program Director Ele Ellis and others. Even though there will be a focus on the counties nearest the venues, everyone is invited to any or all events and welcome to contribute concerns specific to their area.

Add your ideas to the list at WKSU's Community Conversations at Kent State University Geauga on Thursday, April 28 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Enjoy refreshments before sitting down for the dialogue and offering your point-of-view on important challenges facing the cities and towns in the northern part of WKSU's coverage area. Presented with support from Arrants McSwain.

Thursday, June     
6:30 to 8 p.m.

Kent State University’s Regional Academic Center in Twinsburg
2745 Creekside Drive, 44087
330-888-6400

Registration is requiredwww.wksu.org