enroot gatherings provide meaningful, shared experiences that foster a sense of community. These programs seek to uncover commonalities, promote understanding and tolerance, and foster a network of support for those who participate.
Have fun. Maybe learn something. Find your people.
York Story Slam
York Story Slam is a monthly gathering where anyone can take a turn at the microphone and tell a true story based on that month’s theme. Held the third Tuesday of the month at Holy Hound Taproom. Details and tickets here.
Kable House Presents
Kable House Presents is an independent concert series hosted at York’s historic Central Market and featuring national touring acts in intimate evening performances. Schedule and tickets here.
Human Library: York
Human Library: York is an annual event where people from our community who have experienced stigma, discrimination, and/or prejudice, serve as human “books.” The event creates a safe space where difficult questions can be asked and answered. Attendees (“readers”) check out the books for 30-minute private conversations on the topics the books represent. More information here.
York: Crafted features inspiring presentations from York’s makers and doers on their respective crafts. Events held quarterly at Warehaus. Free admission, no ticket required. Details and videos from past events here.
SkillSwap is a barter-based education series. We offer a week’s worth of sessions (up to three per day) four times per year on a variety of topics. Sessions can be in the form of a hands-on workshop, a lecture/demonstration, or some combination of the two. There is no monetary registration fee; instead, each instructor suggests items or services they will accept in exchange for class participation, and a list of items is included with each class description. More info and class schedule here.
Interested in sponsorship?
Please contact Casey Nixon, 717.718.7851. More details on program specifics can be found here.