Monthly brunch aims to be Catalyst for community connections
2010-02-04 · By Editor
Catalyst Community will begin hosting a brunch every first Sunday of each month starting Sunday, February 7 from 11:00am – 2:00pm. These brunches provide an opportunity for people from diverse communities to connect and hear about what’s happening in other parts of the city.
The brunch will be held at the home of Catalyst founder Eric Leocadio, 2110 Mira Mar Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90815. Participants are asked to bring a potluck entrée and either orange juice or champagne. “Sunday brunch and mimosas are always a great way to relax and meet new friends,” says Leocadio. This will be a great way of exploring how you and your friends might want to impact the community.
Catalyst Community empowers member-driven communities to connect around shared interests and to affect their neighborhoods. The Catalyst Network of Communities currently includes Green Long Beach!, LBCreative!, Pedal Movement, and LBGirl. Each are working to bring together people concerned about the environment, arts and culture, cycling safety and education, and the empowerment of teen girls. Catalyst hopes to inspire a greater sense of community, collaboration, and citizenship through its campaign to “Connect and Affect.”
Donations are appreciated.
RSVP at info@GoCatalyst.org. For more information about Catalyst Community, go to www.GoCatalyst.org.