Constitution Series Concludes At Princeton Public Library

The fourth program in the Constitution: Why It Matters series will be at 6:30pm, Thursday, March 12, at the Princeton Public Library.  All are invited to attend and join the discussion at this final event in the series.

Entitled ” What Do You Know and What Should We Do Now?”, it will feature a fun

and brief Constitution trivia contest followed by small group discussions sharing different perspectives on how we shape the future of our democracy.

The Constitution series is co-sponsored by the Library and Voices from the Prairie with support from the Interactivity Foundation.

If you have missed previous programs in the series, you can view them online at www.facebook.com/voicesfromtheprairie.

Voices from the Prairie is a grassroots citizens’ movement committed to promoting open, ethical, and fair governance and upholding the values of tolerance, fairness, and inclusion in American society and political life.

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