You're Invited to an Evening with Bill McKibben

Fri Jul 5 - 6:30pm-8:30pm

You’re Invited!

An Evening with Bill McKibben

Renowned Climate Activist, Author, & Journalist

Friday, July 5th

6:30 - 8:30 p.m.

First Unitarian Church Eliot Center 

Southwest 12th Avenue & Southwest Salmon Street Portland, OR 97205

Presented by Third Act Oregon 

Livestreaming available

Free and open to the public


Third Act Oregon (TAO) presents a climate conversation with Third Act Founder, Bill McKibben. We hope you’ll join us for an intimate conversation with Bill about what we can do right now to save our planet and our democracy, what’s bringing him joy, what gives him hope, and why he believes that, working together, we can have a huge impact on making our world a better place for generations to come.

This is truly a rare opportunity to spend an evening — in person or via livestream — with one of the world’s most beloved and important environmentalists and global thinkers. After the main presentation, we’ll have youth from across Oregon join Bill in an intergenerational Q & A session. Following the program, mingle with Third Actors and climate activists from all over the state, while enjoying light refreshments.

Learn more & register here

Can’t attend but willing to join or host a watch party in your neighborhood or town? Let us know at and we’ll get you plugged into how to participate in a watch party in your area.

Presented by Third Act Oregon (TAO).

Sponsoring organization(s): Presented by Third Act Oregon (TAO). In association with 350PDX, 350Eugene, 350WashCo, Braided River Campaign, Consolidated Oregon Indivisible Network (COIN), Divest Oregon, Elders Climate Action - Oregon Chapter (ECA-OR), Extinction Rebellion PDX (XRPDX), Havurah Shalom Climate Action Team, Metro Climate Action Team (MCAT), Oregon Climate Action Hub (ORCAH), Partners for Sustainable Schools, Portland Citizens Climate Lobby, Rogue Climate, Southern Oregon Pachamama Alliance, Stop The Money Pipeline (STMP), SunrisePDX
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