Category Archives: Meeting / Webinar

Webinar: “Building the Walking Movement—New Strategies and Coalitions”

Webinar: “Building the Walking Movement—New Strategies and Coalitions” When: Tues March 19, 2013 / 1:30pm – 3:00pm CST Cost: FREE, but online advance registration is required. Login instructions will be sent upon registration! Webinar #3 in the All Things Walking … Continue reading

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Upcoming Webinars: “Economic Impact of Women Bicyclists” and “Promoting Cycling and Walking”

… and the kicker is that both of these (while free) are scheduled for the same day and the exact same start time a week from now! Q: Are any of our local village officials making use of these free … Continue reading

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Webinar: Child and Age-friendly Communities (Fostering communities as if ALL people mattered)

Webinar: Child and Age-friendly Communities (Fostering communities as if all people  mattered) When: Fri, Feb 15, 2013 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM CST Presenter: Mildred Warner , Lydia Morken , Dorian Block Host: American Planning Association, the Ohio Chapter Cost: Free … Continue reading

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Webinar: “How Can a Microbrewery Grow Your Local Economy?”

Webinar: “How Can a Microbrewery Grow Your Local Economy?” When: Thurs, Jan 10, 2013 @ 10am CST Cost: $95 for IEDC members, $135 for Non-members Q: Did any of our Village officials, or anyone in the Chamber of Commerce utilize this … Continue reading

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Webinar: “Streets as Places”

Webinar: “Streets as Places” Speakers: Gary Toth (Senior Director, Transportation Initiatives, Project for Public Spaces) and Kate Rube (Transportation Program Manager, Project for Public Spaces) When: Tues, Dec 18 2012 @ 1pm CST Cost: Free (but advance online registration IS required) Q: Will … Continue reading

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