The library strives to provide a forum for timely community conversations around issues that Cape residents care about. Community conversations can transform libraries, communities, systems, and people. Conversations bring people with common concerns together, unleash new possibilities, build partnerships, and create an educational avenue for residents to become active participants in our community life. As a library, we believe coming together to share information, identify concerns, and create dialogue leads to more civic involvement and positive outcomes. Our role as a community information hub uniquely positions us to create opportunities for residents to become more informed and active in local life and facilitate dialogue that serves as a catalyst for change.
Attend or View a Conversation
Click the links to below to view upcoming Community Conversations, or to view recordings of past events.
Talking Trash: What Happens to What You Throw Away?, presented by ecomaine and members of the Cape Elizabeth Recycling Committee, April 14, 2021
Shedding Some Light on Community Solar Projects, presented by members of the Cape Elizabeth Energy Committee, January 25, 2021
Community Conversation with Police Chief Paul Fenton on CEPD and Racial Justice Issues, June 9, 2020
Would you like to apply to be part of our series of Community Conversations? If you represent a local (nonprofit) community organization or committee and have an idea for a Community Conversation, please see these guidelines.
Thanks for your interest!