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Join us on September 21, 9-10:30 am, in the Gordon Room of the Peabody Institute Library in Danvers, 15 Sylvan Street.
Join us on Thursday, September 21st at 1:00pm in Hingham Town Hall. We will be joined by Peter Forman, President & CEO of the South Shore Chamber of Commerce, to discuss South Shore 2030: a comprehensive economic and community development plan for the South Shore region. Peter will present the findings and critical strategies that have come out of South Shore 2030 and Ralph Willmer, Principal Planner at MAPC, will discuss MAPC’s role in the process. Discussion about the plan, as well as ways that South Shore municipalities and the Chamber can best support one another, will follow. Check out more information about South Shore 2030 here!
Join us for a night of appetizers, drinks and conversation with cross-sector professionals that are working to create buy-in, trust, and inclusion with an array of audiences. Connect with other practitioners working in industries such as community development, urban planning, design, nonprofit, public relations, conflict resolution, public health, education, social work, communications and media, local government, law and more. This event will allow you to build your network, learn new strategies, and enjoy a fun night out.
Please register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/community-engagement-professional-mixer-tickets-50089084801
What is community engagement?
The process of utilizing relationships and different strategies to involve people to participate in decision-making and collaboration in a community.
Thank you to our event partners:
Institute for Non-profit Practice
The Mel King Institute
The Mediation Group
In an effort to provide greater and more equitable access to childcare, the City of Revere is partnering with the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC), the regional planning agency for Greater Boston, to identify existing barriers to accessing quality care and listen to ideas for the future of childcare regulations in the city.
This meeting has been postponed to a later date and time still to be determined. Once it has been determined, this posting will be updated to reflect the new date and time. Thank you for your understanding!
What kinds of arts and cultural community space do you want at the old Beachmont Fire Station on Winthrop Ave? Join us for this virtual conversation to learn what we’ve heard from the project Working Group, community focus groups, and the project survey, and let us know what you think!
Join us for this virtual community-focused conversation. Register here.
Meeting materials and presentation will be in English, Spanish, and Arabic.
Find more information about this project here: mapc.ma/Beachmont-Fire-Station.