This week as part of our Membership Drive, we've got a slew of awesome webcasts and interactive videos for you to participate in. Whether you just stumbled on Strong Towns and you're wondering what this is all about, or you're a Founding Member of the movement, this is a great opportunity for you to learn something new about what we do and get your burning questions answered.

Monday: Facebook Live Q&A (1pm CT)

Join us today at 1pm CT on our Facebook page for a live question and answer session with Strong Towns founder and president, Chuck Marohn. He'll take your questions live in the comments and answer them in a rapid-fire format. This is your chance to ask anything you want about the state of the Strong Towns movement, our goals for the future, and what this thing is all about.

Can't make it to the live event? Not to worry. The video will be saved on Facebook for your watching pleasure. 

Wednesday: Curbside Chat (11am CT)

On Wednesday at 11am CT, we'll be broadcasting our premier Strong Towns presentation, the Curbside Chat, live on YouTube. (We'll stream it from YouTube on this page as well). If you want the basics on Strong Towns—what's wrong with the American development pattern and what our vision is for changing it—this is your chance to hear that in a succinct and persuasive presentation by Chuck Marohn.

After the presentation concludes, join Chuck and other Strong Towns staff for a follow-up Q&A on our community board at 12pm CST in the #_scheduled-slack-chat channel. The community board is free to join and all are welcome!

Not sure you can watch in real time? A recording will be available on YouTube as soon as the chat is over.

Friday: Special Q&A for Members (12pm CT)

Strong Towns members are invited to a special extended Q&A webcast with Chuck Marohn and other Strong Towns staff. Members will receive an invitation to sign up by email. If you didn't receive your invite, please contact member support.

Can't join us this time around? No problem. We'll post the Q&A on YouTube later.

Webcasts are just one of the many resources we offer to help people across the country learn how to build Strong Towns. If you appreciate this resource and believe in our mission, become a member today.


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