St. Stephen’s Episcopal Cathedral will host the next Harrisburg Peace Promenade event on May 5th, 2018 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The civic dialogue will ask what we might leave in a time capsule for future residents of Harrisburg. What would we want them to know about us? What would we like to teach them? Join us for this conversation!
About the Event:
We will begin at 11 a.m. at the Time Capsule Monument in Riverfront Park at the intersection of Front Street and Locust Street. There will be prayers of re-dedication and a wreath laying ceremony in the park. Afterward, the event will continue in the “uppercroft” of St. Stephen’s from 12 to 2 p.m. The Community Responders Network will moderate a conversation about the history of Harrisburg and hopes for its future. Participants can expect to enjoy refreshments along with guest speakers, storytelling and educational exhibits.
This free event is part of the year-long celebration of Harrisburg’s Peace Promenade in cooperation with the International Institute for Peace through Tourism. The civic dialogue is sponsored by the Community Responders Network. Brochures about the Peace Promenade and other celebration highlights can be found in the cloister.
Location & Parking:
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Cathedral is located at 221 North Front Street in Harrisburg, PA. Participants attending the civic dialogue should enter through the St. Stephen’s Episcopal School entrance on Cranberry Street. The event is wheelchair accessible, and accessible parking is available to the left of the school entrance on Cranberry Street. Check here for further information on parking near St. Stephen’s Episcopal Cathedral.