THE YEAR IN REVIEW: A Special Civic Cocktail Event
Town Hall Seattle
1119 8th Ave
Seattle, WA 98101
Civic Cocktail offers a lively look at big events and important issues facing the Puget Sound region.
A look back at the biggest issues and major stories that defined our civic life in 2022. From the future of democracy to war and geopolitics, homelessness, equity and the economy—a panel of thought-leaders join us to reflect on all we’ve seen and predict what will happen in 2023.
- Ann Davison, Seattle City Attorney
- Karen Lee, CEO, Plymouth Housing
- Omari Salisbury, Founder, Converge Media
- Jamila Taylor, WA State Representative
- Monica Guzman, Author and Journalist
Register for the virtual event through Eventbrite
About Civic Cocktail
Civic Cocktail connects elected and community leaders with the public for lively conversations about important issues facing our region. Whether you’re new to the Pacific Northwest, a self-described “civic nerd,” or looking to meet people engaged in their communities, your evening at this beloved program is sure to be friendly, fun, and fascinating. Civic Cocktail’s welcoming and conversational tone is inspired by our Dialogue Across Differences initiative.
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Attendees will be able to submit questions to the panelists virtually, as well as at the time of ticket purchase via Eventbrite.
About Seattle CityClub
Seattle CityClub is a 40-year-old nonpartisan, civics-focused nonprofit, providing a platform for insightful and educational conversations that include a diverse range of perspectives.
Crosscut.com is a nonprofit, publicly supported newsroom. It is part of Cascade Public Media, which also owns and operates KCTS 9, Seattle's PBS station. Cascade Public Media serves the Pacific Northwest and its mission is to inspire a smarter world by committing to exceptional public television programming and local public interest journalism.
Special thanks to Civic Cocktail's Title Partner Comcast.
Thank you to our Civic Cocktail partners: