NORWAY — A restorative community training workshop is set for 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, May 11, at the Alan Day Community Garden, 26 Whitman St.

Participants can learn to create a sense of belonging and inclusivity, practice specific methods to make group decision-making more effective, and make community meetings better prepared to listen to diverse groups of people in a more mindful and respectful way.

This is an experiential workshop to learn the philosophy behind restorative community and hands-on skills to practice creating community with others.

As a partnership between the Alan Day Community Garden and the Oxford County Wellness Collaborative, Katey Branch and Brendan Schauffler will facilitate this free workshop; lunch will be provided.

To reserve a place, call or text 207-890-9622, or visit


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