Embark on a journey that will change your perspective on community and individual well-being. In The Great Good Place, Ray Oldenburg gave the term “third places,” where people gather for the pleasure of good company and conversation, and explained just how important they are.
- Discover the benefits of informal public and civic life and how it contributes to community health and individual well-being.
- Experience the power of third places and how they bring people together, fostering a sense of belonging and connection.
- Allow this book to inspire you to create and revitalize your own third places, from coffee houses to community centers, and make a positive impact on your community.
Download a sheet with discussion questions for book clubs or classes: Discussion Qs – The Great Good Place.