Let's Connect This September
Connecting with one another is essential to our wellbeing – even if we’re physically apart, conversation is the first step to building closer community relationships.
On the Table is a platform for anyone who wants to host meaningful conversations about topics that matter most to them.
Plan your event for anytime during the month of September.
What’s On the Table?
It’s a BC-wide occasion to bring together friends, colleagues, or neighbours to talk about what matters most to you. Whether in small groups or online, On the Table encourages us all to take time to connect and share meaningful conversation.
This year, we recognize that COVID guidelines may mean that gatherings look different than in the past. Not to worry! Check out our How to Host for creative ideas on hosting.
Register to Host
Cariboo Community Deathcaring Network
Monday, Sept 21, 6:30pm
Tuesday, Sept 22, 6-7:30pm
IMPACT Parkinson's Society
Queens Park Large Picnic Shelter, New Westminster
Thursday, Sept 24, 1pm
Lillooet Public Library
Lillooet REC Centre lawn, Lillooet
Friday, Sept 25, 4pm & 6:30pm
Shonora and Yuliana
Wolastoqiyik, Heritage Park, Mission
Friday, Sept 25, 4pm
Paulo, Rachel and Daniel Marques
William Mackie Park, 1592 W71st Ave, Vancouver
Friday, Sept 25, 5-7pm
Saturday, Sept 26 10am-11:15am
Driftwood Village Cohousing
Wagg Creek Park, North Vancouver
Saturday, Sept 26, 10 am
South Hill Neighbours
Tuesday, Sept 29, 7:30-8:30pm
Wednesday, Sept 30, 7pm
Tuesday, Oct 6, 7-9pm
The conversations were as unique and diverse as the community catalysts across the province that came together to share them. When we asked hosts across British Columbia, “What’s on your mind?” this is what they said.
Community Reflections & Insights
In 2018 and 2019, we asked On the Table hosts and guests to share their experiences in a post-event survey. Stats and stories were collected, and we followed several hosts throughout their journey. All our findings are collected here in these two reports, summarizing and sharing the results of this collective movement towards a more connected province.