WHEN: June 15 – July 4, 2024
WHERE: Nationwide
WHO: YOU!

Read on for how you can get involved.

Civic Season 101

Key Things to Know!

Ready to get started on your Civic Season journey? Make sure to mark your checklist!

  • Register your Organization as a Civic Season Slice of History Host Site by May 31st
  • Submit your Civic Season programs or resources
  • Register your Organization for Civic Season by May 31st to count yourself in for 2024

How to Join In – Organizations

How to Join In – Gen Z

Are you 18-30 Years Old and want to be a part of this nationwide movement? Register fo Civic Season 2024 to stay up to date on happenings around the country and become an ambassador and amplify Civic Season in your community!

Tools & Tips

Joining Civic Season offers innovative, fun avenues for programming and connection, and connects you with a larger movement for increased visibility. Have questions? Email Nia Mosby, Program Manager at nia@historymadebyus.org

Tip Sheet from Gen Z

Civic Season is for all, but we have a special emphasis on Gen Z — the future inheritors of the United States. Use these Gen Z-created guidelines to help with planning.

Want to make sure your Civic Season program is hitting the mark with Gen Z? Sign-up for a 30-minute program consultation with our 2024 Civic Season Design Fellows. Schedule a Consultation Here.

2024 Featured Event: Slice of History Pizza Party

We’re partnering with Pizza to the Polls to host Slice of History Pizza Parties on June 15 kickoff weekend and throughout Civic Season – local, social events that connect us to our communities and each other.

Organizations will host film screenings, tours, picnics, trivia and more, for a winning combination: Learning + socializing + local gathering + free pizza

Contact Nia@HistoryMadeByUs.org to sign up. Explore the Slice of History Kit. and register as a Slice of History host site here.

Event Templates & Kits

Looking for an easy way to bring Civic Season to your community without starting from scratch? These organizations have generously provided a “how to” guide to emulate one of their highly popular Civic Season programs. Make it your own!

Ask Your Community

Try in-gallery exhibit voting, like Aurora History Museum, for timely feedback and participation.

History On Tap

Filson Historical Society and Liberty Hall Historic Site teamed up for a social trivia night at a community establishment!

Teen Takeovers

Teen Takeovers amplify youth voice and inspire new ideas – take it from Idaho State Historical Society!

Civic Season Series

From Chicago History Museum, a roadmap to turn your museum into a community hub by leveraging Civic Season resources.

Changemakers History Slam

Piloted by Revolutionary Spaces, History Slams are community-sourced, fun competitions that put participants on stage to wow the crowd.

Civic Season Picnic

Created by Wyoming State Museum, a Civic Season picnic invites community members and organizations to join together over food and sunshine.

Questions for Civic Love

The Hawai’i Council for the Humanities in Honolulu builds on the “36 Questions for Civic Love” first introduced by Chicago’s National Public Housing Museum.

Connecticut Witch Panic Escape Room

The Westport Historical Society brings history to life in an immersive puzzle-solving game! Adapt to your site or specialty.

Slice of History Pizza Party Meet-Ups

Throw it back to your elementary school pizza parties with a social event in your community!

Civic Season Merch Corner

Your one-stop shop for your 2024 Civic Season swag! From t-shirts, tote bags, stickers, and buttons find what you need to amplify your Civic Season!

Ordering the 2024 Edition of the Civic Season Guidebook “Connecting Our Stories?” Fill out the Pre-Order Form by May 24th!

Want quick downloads of store merch to print yourself? Check out the links below!

Toolkit