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Calendar of Events

Jun
8
Thu
Roswell, NM: Facilitation Skills & Tools for Community Developers @ Roswell Chamber of Commerce, 131 W. 2nd Street
Jun 8 all-day

This in-depth Institute will help you plan and conduct meetings that strengthen partnerships and support community needs. Community and stakeholder engagement is a cornerstone of the asset-based economic development approach that comprises MainStreet revitalization and redevelopment goals.

 

Aug
2
Wed
NMMS Summer Leadership Network Meeting @ Los Alamos, NM
Aug 2 – Aug 4 all-day

Our summer Leadership Network Meeting will take a deeper look at creating purposeful promotion activities that support your Economic Transformation Strategies. Sessions will include topics to help you use asset identification that support image development and identify a market vision for your district. We will also look at best practices for Promotion in lodgers tax and copyright and have several hands-on activities.

Oct
18
Wed
NMMS Fall Leadership Network Meeting @ Portales, NM
Oct 18 – Oct 20 all-day
Nov
14
Tue
National Trust for Historic Preservation – PastForward Conference, Chicago
Nov 14 – Nov 17 all-day

PastForward is the premier educational and networking event for those in the business of saving places. Art, advocacy, and innovation are the hallmarks of preservation in Chicago, where outstanding architecture and diverse neighborhoods have become a proving ground for preservation approaches. At PastForward 2017 they will focus on “forward,” exploring the next generation of preservation tools and techniques—high-tech, big data, virtual.

PastForward 2017 will focus on the following themes:

• ReUrbanism—especially preservation’s role in creating economically and environmentally sustainable, equitable, and healthy communities.

• Technology—applying the next generation of technological applications to the work of saving places.

• Health—better understand and advocate for the physical and psychological benefits of older and historic places.



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