The DuPage Coffeehouse provides a time and a place for people to regularly and respectfully share their dreams and concerns about our community and how we can improve it for generations to come.
The DuPage Coffeehouse meets on the first Wednesday of every month from 7 to 9 PM at the Tau Center, hosted by the Wheaton Franciscan Sisters – FOLLOW THE SIGNS TO ENTRANCE #5 – 26W171 Roosevelt Road, Wheaton, IL, 60189.
The coffeehouse planning team:
- Assures that each meeting will present well researched facts on a specific timely theme and
- Moderates group discussions around these themes and proposed responses by engaged citizens from all sectors of our community.
Meetings, free and open to the public, will be publicized in local newspapers and on www.dupagecoffeehouse.org. Refreshments will be provided. Anyone interested in learning more about the DuPage Coffeehouse or about joining the planning team can visit us on Facebook or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also one can receive notices regarding current and future coffeehouse sessions by contacting coordinator, Frank Goetz, at email@example.com.
DuPage Coffeehouse In The News
Media articles about the DuPage Coffeehouse Discussions.
- Sept. 1, 2011 – DuPage Coffeehouse organizes time to discuss pressing topics … – Wheaton Leader
- DuPage Coffeehouse – Wheaton Patch
- Coffee klatch sets out to change the world – TribLocal
- May 5, 2011 – Wheaton Office Building Sets the Stage for Organizations – Triblocal
Two Thirteen Building
People in the DuPage area have a heart. They express their desires for a better world by participating in thousands of non-profit organizations and advocacy groups either as volunteers or as moderately paid employees. Since many nonprofits struggle to find space to conduct their operations, philanthropists, Dick and Florence Nogaj, are providing flexible office accommodations at cost and in a well networked, synergistic environment. The Two Thirteen Building is located at 213 S. Wheaton Ave., Wheaton, Illinois, just two blocks from the Wheaton Metra station (402 W. Front St.). It is currently the home of the Harvest For Humanity, JUST of DuPage, Immigration Solidarity, DuPage County Green Party, Social Justice in DuPage, Neurofibramytosis Research Foundation, Mano a Mano International, and the Peace Desk, where meetings can be arranged with Frank Goetz and memebrs of the DuPage Coffeehouse Planning Team. Space is still available. For information contact Dick.Nogaj@dupagecoffeehouse.org.
Sponsored by the DuPage Coffeehouse Planners – an independent group of citizens. Not sponsored by any other organization.
“Respectfully talking about today while listening for tomorrow.”