Many issues divide and connect us as communities — from unique local challenges, politics and ethnicity, geography and economics, even our ability as locals to experience a sense of belonging (or not) here in the Gorge. What are the perceived and real differences that divide us in the Gorge? In what ways do we experience connection?
Join Gorge Owned and Rooted in the Gorge for Bridging the Gorge, a community conversation dinner series exploring these complex local dynamics and ways to connect more deeply with our neighbors across difference and distance. Guided by skilled facilitators, we will share, listen, and reflect on diverse local perspectives. Help build stronger communities in the Gorge through this experience in “bridging” — great food, good people, and meaningful conversation.
**Rooted’s August 21st Summer Menu**
Wandering Appetizer, Green Salad, Roasted Dry Brined Herb Chicken, Spiced Heirloom Tomatoes with Chickpeas and Yogurt, Roasted Potatoes Tossed with Summer Herb Compound Butter, Seasonal Dessert
(Gluten free and vegetarian options available by advance request. All other substitutions kindly declined.)
Tickets must be purchased in advance.
General Admission: $35
Current Gorge Owned members: 15% off (email for code)
Limited Income: $25
Scholarships: A number of tickets are available at no cost for guests who are unable to purchase tickets and do not traditionally have access to this kind of experience. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Attend any number in a progression of 4 dinner conversations. Others in the series linked here:
Bridging the Gorge 9/11: A GO! Conversation Supper Series (Bingen)
Bridging the Gorge 10/2: A GO! Community Supper Series (The Dalles)
Bridging the Gorge 10/23: A GO! Conversation Supper Series (Bingen)
Learn more at: https://gorgeowned.org/suppers/