Constitution Café at Oakland University
Tuesday, September 24, 12:00 – 2:00 pm
Oakland Center–Gold Room B
312 Meadow Brook Road
The Troy Historical Society (THS) and Oakland University (OU) will hold a special joint Constitution Café at Oakland Center Gold Room B from noon to 2 pm. Michigan Supreme Court Justice Bridget McCormack will be a guest contributor to the discussion led by facilitator John Kulesz on the Constitution as a Guide for the Judiciary.
THS and OU students will each distribute 25 free tickets for this Café, which includes a complimentary lunch. To reserve your ticket please call the Village at 248-524-3570 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Please note there will not be a Sunday afternoon Constitution Café at the Village in September.
About Constitution Cafés at Troy Historic Village
Utilizing the Socratic Method of inquiry and discussion, you have the chance to be like our Founding Fathers each month as we look at the Constitution, from the preamble to the articles to the amendments, engaging in civil discourse to ‘create’ a new Constitution.
Constitution Cafés take place on the second Sunday of the month at 2:00 pm and are held inside heated/air-conditioned Old Troy Church inside the Troy Historic Village. Cafés are free to attend. Come every time we meet or just drop in when you can! Students, adults and seniors are welcome.
Sponsored by the Oakland County Bar Foundation.Utilizing the Socratic Method of inquiry and discussion, participants engage in civil discourse to ‘create’ a new Constitution. No registration required