When guests arrive, they will be randomly assigned to a small group of people to encourage new friendships and spark conversation between strangers. There will also be a gently-guided conversation that’s mean to connect and inspire, according to a Longest Table release.
People should remember to bring their own picnic and blanket to sit on, glass containers or bottles are not permitted on the Levitt lawn, no alcohol is permitted and children are welcome.
Organizers said there will be a supply of bagged lunches for anyone who forgets or who doesn’t otherwise have access to a good meal that day. There will also be water on site.
To RSVP to “The Longest Table Picnic”, visit thelongesttabledayton.com.