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Sep 17

Attend the 2017 Mayor’s Neighborhood Roundtable on Saturday, October 7

If you are intrigued about ways to be part of positive changes in Madison, want to network with residents who are involved with activities and projects occurring within their neighborhoods, or simply curious about how to effectively work with government officials and city staff, please attend the upcoming Mayor’s Neighborhood Roundtable.  This one-half day event brings together residents, nonprofits, and city staff and governmental officials to work on neighborhood-related issues.

Why come?  We need to work together to make our neighborhoods great places to live for all. Come share your skills, challenges, and ideas with others that are making their places better too.

Who’s Invited? First and foremost – You are INVITED! You bring skills, expertise, and willingness to make your building, block, or neighborhood a place where people want to stay.  So, come join us for the one-half day program.  Better yet – bring a few neighbors with you to build a community.

Where? Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center on Saturday, October 7th, 2017. Doors open at 8 am.  Program starts at  9 am with the Mayor.  Workshops from 10-noon.

Find out more! Visit our website at www.cityofmadison.com/neighborhoods or call 608-267-8727. There will be free childcare and language assistance at the event.

Madison residents have a long history of making their neighborhoods places of interest.  Be part of and inspire others to create inclusive, healthy, and unique places to live.

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