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Here We Go: GOOD Local Events Kick Off This Weekend

We're super excited to announce the start of GOOD Local events in Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. The GOOD Local Chapters in these three cities have been hard at work the past few weeks planning their first events around Neighboring. Here's what’s going down in each city:


GOOD Los Angeles will be bringing neighborly love to public art and social justice organization SPARC's lawn this Sunday, April 21 for CicLAvia. Swing by to smile and pose in a Neighboring photo booth, grab some fresh lemonade, and take a shot at the trivia wheel. Meet your L.A. neighbors at this event and learn why neighborly friendships are good for you and your community. Sign up here.

GOOD San Francisco will be throwing a Neighborday celebration Saturday, April 27 in Patricia’s Green Park in Hayes Valley. Come rep your 'hood and meet your neighbors from all over San Francisco in fun, fast-paced rounds of neighborly speed-dating. Make new connections with your community, share ideas for improving your neighborhood, and take home a GOOD San Francisco neighborhood resource map. Sign up here.

GOOD Chicago will be celebrating the joy of neighboring by digging into urban agriculture on Monday, April 29. Take a guided tour of the Uncommon Ground rooftop farm, the first certified organic rooftop farm in the country, and learn about the local agriculture movement from the experts leading the charge. Walk away knowing how to start or join your own community garden, pick up some gardening tips and trick, and make new friends from your neighborhood. Sign up here.

These are the first of many GOOD Local events in these cities. Stay tuned for future events by following your city's hub.
Want to get involved in GOOD Local? Learn more about being GOOD Local Chapter Leader here or email us at local@goodinc.com\n
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