Are you looking for a place to have deeper, richer conversations about timely topics? A group that shares diverse viewpoints in a respectful manner? Considerations is a community discussion group held on the second Tuesday of every month in the library's First Floor Reading Room. A librarian extensively researches and posts articles on this page monthly to help inform the discussion. You can participate as much as you are comfortable.
Refreshments are at 6 p.m. and discussion begins at 6:15.
Considerations is a partnership with Citizens for a Strong Oshkosh and the Oshkosh Civility Project.
Tues., Aug. 13
Topic: Wisconsin Roads
Wisconsin roads have been rated 36th worst in the United States. State Republicans have put together a budget to address some of the issues, but is it better than what Governor Tony Evers has presented? Let's talk about it.
We'll be using these articles to inform our discussion:
Sept. 10 The School Day
Oct. 8 Foxconn: Year One in Review
Nov. 12 Electoral College