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Join the Ruth Mott Foundation at Applewood for Civic Saturdays! On June 24, learn about Civic Participation. Participating in a local meeting is an important way to make your voice heard in your community! Look through the many meetings taking place in the community, add one to your calendar, and make a plan to attend.

The enduring legacy of Charles Stewart and Ruth Mott is their extraordinary commitment to civic participation. From preserving our history to volunteering in group activities, the Civic Saturdays program demonstrates ways that anyone can engage in their community. This year’s topics are focused on historic preservation and getting involved in the community where you live. Drop in anytime from 1–4 p.m. on the third and fourth Saturdays of the month through September.

Admission and activities at Applewood are always free!

Activity Type:

Social Activity, Solo Activity, In Person, Outdoor

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beginner-friendly

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