Causeway, a local non-profit will host a community Thanksgiving potluck on Monday, November 24 from 12 p.m. -1:30 p.m., on Martin Luther King Boulevard between Miller Park and Miller Plaza.  

That block of Martin Luther King Boulevard will be closed to traffic, but open for the community Thanksgiving potluck called One Table. 

“The idea for One Table grew out of a realization that there is a noticeable demographic divide between Miller Park and Miller Plaza, despite the fact that they are only separated by one street. We believe that to build a city that is an honest reflection of its residents, everyone should be invited to the table,” said Chelsea Conrad, Causeway's Director of Creative Engagement.

With the help of sponsors and partners, Causeway will provide the turkey and dressing. The event is free and open to the public, but anyone who is able is asked to bring a side dish or dessert that is ready to serve. 

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Founded in 2010, Causeway began as an online platform that helped connect causes to the resources they needed to get their project off the ground. 

In early 2014, Causeway moved from an exclusively online platform to one that is present in the city, a hub where people can share resources and ideas to create the change they want for Chattanooga.