Small Community Forums
2017 Wisconsin Small Community Forums Are Coming To A Location Near You!
Small communities have unique issues and needs that are often very different from those of larger communities. These regional forums are designed to bring together people involved and interested in promoting, enhancing and preserving Wisconsin’s small communities. If you live in, work in, or help shape communities with populations of 2,500 or fewer, attend a session near you to learn through case studies, roundtables and discussion groups. Come with examples of local and regional success stories as well as challenges, and be prepared to share with and learn from colleagues and friends. Everyone in the community and region is invited!
Who should attend? Community leaders, elected officials, volunteers, business leaders, educators, and both local and regional economic development, civic, and planning.
Dates & Locations
- August 24, Wabeno
Wabeno Elementary School
4346 Mill Lake
- August 29, Gays Mills
Gays Mills Village Hall
16381 State Highway 131
- September 13, Cambridge
206 West Main Street
- September 20, Cumberland
Nezzy’s Sports Bar and Grill
1345 2nd Avenue
Registration is $20 per person (includes lunch). Register online through links below each location or by downloading a registration form. Mail completed form, along with a check payable to Wisconsin Downtown Action Council, to:
Attention: Beth Weirick
600 E. Wells St
Milwaukee, WI 53202
12:00 Lunch and Networking
12:30 Welcome and Introductions
1:00 Community Case Study
2:00 Community Activity- Digital Footprint
2:15 Break and Visit Resources
2:30 Roundtable Sessions (2 sessions, repeated)
Business/Entrepreneurs- Attracting and Retaining
Connecting Community and Schools
Marketing Your Community
4:15 Wrap up and Closing Comments
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Small Town Downtown Forums Are Hosted By: Wisconsin Downtown Action Council, Wisconsin Rural Partners, UW-Extension Center for Community and Economic Development, Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, League of Wisconsin Municipalities and United States Department of Agriculture
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