MAY 3-9, 2020

Tuesday, May 5, 2020 – 7-8:30pm ET

The Nantucket Project joins Harmony Project for an online conversation about Finding Harmony in this new world.

Featuring: Columbus and Bexley’s own Josh Radnor, singer-songwriter Beth Nielsen Chapman, Beautycounter founder Gregg Renfrew, RP EddyJeni Britton Bauer, Matthew Goldstein, Columbus poet and author (and Harmony’s Artistic Director) Barbara Fant, Neil Phillips, and an exclusive visit inside an Ohio corrections institution.

You can catch the replay of this national event here.

Send love notes to our neighbors in supportive housing. These notes will be delivered to National Church Residences, the YMCA’s Van Buren Center, and the YWCA Women’s Residency Program. Here’s how:

STEP 1: Download and print our Harmony Love Note Template (or use your own paper/cards).
STEP 2: Write your Love Note. Keep your messages short, light, and positive. Avoid using religious messaging – we are all different!
STEP 3: Send your Love Note along to Harmony Project! Please postmark your Love Note by Wednesday, May 13.

Address your envelope to:
Harmony Project – Neighbor
P.O Box 2978
Columbus, OH 43216

(Please use the Harmony Project P.O. Box address as your RETURN ADDRESS.)

Thursday, May 7, 2020 – 7-8pm ET

Join David Brown and our partner organization, We Amplify Voices (WAV), for a community songwriting workshop. Voices from all over Columbus will come together to write a song about hope and love. Through Zoom, together, we will create the lyrics for a song to be produced by WAV’s musicians and producers. The song will be released for the entire city to share.

Registration is required. You will receive access information the day of the workshop.