The Honorable Janice Hahn – who represents the 4th District on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors – will be the keynote speaker at this year’s Congress of Neighborhoods, happening next Saturday, September 22nd, at LA City Hall. As a former member of the US House of Representatives and former LA City Councilmember, Supervisor Hahn has a wealth of diverse political experience, so don’t miss the chance to hear her speak at the Welcome Session kicking off the event at 8:30 am in City Council Chambers.
If you haven’t yet RSVPed for the Congress, please do so now at http://tiny.cc/NCCongressRSVP2018 , so you can enjoy the free breakfast available to all badgeholders on the lovely Forecourt patio of City Hall before the Welcome Session begins!
This year’s Congress offers over 30 workshops, panels, and discussion groups on topics key to Neighborhood Council operations. Classes range from a land use and planning track being offered in partnership with the Department of City Planning, to courses devoted to discussing solutions and programs to combat homelessness. There are sessions that look forward to next year’s Neighborhood Council Elections season, as well as a track of outreach workshops on topics like event planning, digital and social media, and engaging community organizations. See the full list of workshops organized by session here: https://www.nccongressla.com/workshops
Volunteer for the 2018 Congress of Neighborhoods
Volunteers are still needed to assist with setup on Friday, September 21, as well as on event day Saturday, September 22. Learn more and sign up to help at http://tiny.cc/NCCongressVolunteers