BINGO

Join us Sunday, March for BINGO games from 1-3 PM.

BINGO
…for really cheap prizes. ◄ the fine print

— FREE to attend – FREE to play – ALL ages welcome —

Bring your young ones!

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All Common Root events are free & inclusive…
All ages – All cultures – All sizes – All colors – All classes – All genders – All beliefs – All sexes – All abilities – All types
—Street parking is free on Sunday
—Garage parking is free for the first hour and Common Root will pay for your second hour. It’s only $1.25/hr after that. Bring your parking garage ticket for your second hour validation.

* Common Root is an all-volunteer 501c3 nonprofit *

Open Mic Night

Poets! Writers! Extroverts! Introverts wanting to take a leap!

Join us on Saturday, March 23rd from 7-9 PM. 211 N 14th Street, 3rd Floor.

Come give us your best shot! Get your Muse on. Read something you’ve written.
Something you were moved and inspired by. Something beautiful you have found and want to share in a safe space with an easy audience.
Need not read to enjoy the show! We need listeners, too.

One Free Tea/Coffee/Beverage to anyone that reads. From the Foundry Coffee Shop!

Free Saturday – March

Free Saturdays – a free culture celebration of the community!

March’s Free Saturday event will be held on March 16th at Vine Church (1800 Twin Ridge Road) from 2-3:30 pm. Signs will be posted to direct you.

Bring items to give away and find great items from others to claim as your own. Please take any of your unclaimed items with you when you leave the event. (FYI – there’s no need to bring items in order to take items from others! Take what you need.)

Everything is free! We’re inspiring free culture and strong community relations. Come by and engage!

Pretend Paleontology

— ADVANCE REGISTRATION NECESSARY —
POST in this Facebook event to reserve your dinosaur kit:

https://www.facebook.com/events/451493465675763/

Have you ever wanted to excavate dinosaur bones?
Did you wake up one day and say to yourself, “Damn, I forgot to become a Paleontologist!”?
Now is the chance to correct a wrong in your life! Join us Sunday, March 10th from 1-3 PM at Common Root. We’ll meet in the 3rd floor conference room at The Foundry Community (211 N 14th Street).

Each registrant will get a free block of clay – picking tool and brush – along with a respirator mask (recommended) as we excavate together for polyresin dinosaur bones! Each registered attendee will also get a sack to take your genuine-imitation dinosaur bones home in.

What will YOU uncover?
Tyrannosaurus? Deinonychus? Seismosaurus? Spinosaurus? Triceratops? Stegoceras?

Pretend Paleontology is an exercise in…
Patience – Fun – Relaxation – Shared Experience – Inclusiveness – Discovery – Manual Dexterity – Imagination – Community – and, of course… Pretend Paleontology!

THIS EVENT IS FREE although pre-registration is necessary. POST in this event to register:
https://www.facebook.com/events/451493465675763/

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All Common Root events are free & inclusive…
All ages – All cultures – All sizes – All colors – All classes – All genders – All beliefs – All sexes – All abilities – All types
—Street meter parking is free on Sunday
—Garage parking is free for the first hour and Common Root will pay for your second hour. It’s only $1.25/hr after that. Bring your parking garage ticket for your second hour validation.
* Common Root is an all-volunteer 501c3 nonprofit *

Movie Night

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Showing “The Enchanted Cottage” Saturday, March 2 at 8 PM

This charming movie features Dorothy McGuire, Robert Young and Herbert Marshall. It tells a sad, but beautiful story of two lost souls that find each other. Happening during World War 2, this story presents a different perspective on the Aesop that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. It is up to the viewer to decide where the real magic lies.

As always, feel free to bring snacks and drinks to enjoy and maybe share. Popcorn will be provided. This event is free and open to the public.

Community Coloring

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Join us for an afternoon of creativity and community on Sunday, February 24th from 2-4 PM!

We’ll gather in the conference room on the 3rd floor of The Foundry Community (211 N 14th Street).

Bring your own coloring books and supplies or share ours. All artsy/crafty projects are welcome. We have lots of table space for you to spread out and work on your creations.

Feel free to bring snacks, drinks, friends, and family.

PARKING:
Street parking is free downtown on Sundays, and we’ll reimburse an hour of your garage parking if you bring your voucher with to the event. That way, your first hour is covered by the city and the second hour is covered by Common Root!

Men’s Group – Detoxing Masculinity

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Saturday, March 23rd from 7-9 PM.

“Who do you see when you look in the mirror?” This will be a structured, open discussion about the nature of Masculinity in today’s world and the differences between hurtful and constructive expressions of Masculinity. Anyone is welcome to attend, but the focus will be on people that identify primarily as Masculine. Please remember Common Root and the Foundry Community are Safe Spaces, so all discussion will have to be polite and respectful.

It will be in the large Conference Room on the third floor of the Foundry, enter through the door with ‘211’ above it. There is an elevator as well as stairs.

BINGO

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Join us Saturday, February 23th at 1:30 PM for BINGO
…for really cheap prizes. ◄ the fine print

— FREE to attend – FREE to play – ALL ages welcome —

This will be a wonderful activity to bring your young ones to!

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All Common Root events are free & inclusive…
All ages – All cultures – All sizes – All colors – All classes – All genders – All beliefs – All sexes – All abilities – All types
—Garage parking is free for the first hour and Common Root will pay for your second hour. It’s only $1.25/hr after that. Bring your parking garage ticket for your second hour validation.

* Common Root is an all-volunteer 501c3 nonprofit *