what you're signing up for
Participating in On the Table is as easy as 1, 2, 3! Join us as an individual host, organizational Super Host or participant.
To host a conversation with fellow Lexingtonians over breakfast, lunch, dinner, a coffee break or any time in between. The invite list is up to you – friends, family, colleagues, neighbors – and can be hosted in homes, restaurants, places of worship, libraries, offices, the break room at work or other community locations. The conversations can be sit down, catered, picnic, brown bag or potluck – it is entirely up to the host. Before the conversation, you'll receive a Host Toolkit with everything you need, including a conversation guide and easy ideas for taking action after your event. Everyone is welcome to serve as a host.
Click here to complete this form, and we’ll get you signed up. Read more about On the Table below.
2. Super Host
Super Hosts are organizations — nonprofits, places of worship, businesses, schools, civic organizations and others — that commit to hosting at least 20 tables, 8 to 12 people per table. If this describes your organization, click here to complete this form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many people will attend an On the Table conversation by receiving an invitation from an individual or organizational host. If this describes you, click here to register. But, what if you don't receive an invitation from a Host? Your voice matters and we want you to join the conversation, too! If you want to attend On the Table, but don't know where to start, click here and complete this form, and we'll get you signed up. Once you register, you'll receive an email reply to participate in a hosted conversation with several choices as to time and place. You will need to select your preferred location and time in order for us to secure your reserved spot. From that point, all you have to do is show up on time to your assigned location on March 15, and join the conversation!
Read more about On the Table below.