About Quad Cities Big Table
We know that big ideas can spring from a small conversation. It’s a proven reality that people invest in what they create. The Quad Cities Big Table is a forum to elevate civic conversation, foster new relationships and inspire collaborative action across the region.
On Friday, April 20th and Saturday, April 21, 2018, more than 5,000 people representing different backgrounds, neighborhoods and interest groups will participate in more than 500 (one-hour) conversations to discuss and imagine the future of our region. These conversations will inspire new ways we can work together to make our communities and region stronger and more connected.
This act of people coming together to discuss the issues that matter most to them has never been more important. Progress will only result when residents and organizations collaborate to make contributions that add up to a greater solution. Quad Cities Big Table will connect individuals and communities of diverse perspectives and backgrounds to do just that.
What are the goals of the Quad Cities Big Table?
- Empower action
- Inspire collaboration
- Grow civic pride
- Spark problem solving
- Unleash potential for individual leadership
- Bolster understanding of one another
- Elevate civic engagement
After the two-day initiative, what happens next?
We know there will be great ideas born from the conversations around the 500 Quad Cities Big Table. To capture those, a survey will be sent to registered hosts and participants. From this survey, a community report will be created that discusses the highlights of the survey responses and what we are learning together. The report will be available on this site and shared broadly in the community.
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