Iowa’s Living Roadways supports communities who want to make their town a better place to live, work and play! The communities who have been most successful in their achieving their dream are driven by givers, makers and stewards. Join us to network and learn from others about how you can help your community.
Iowa’s Living Roadways Celebration and Luncheon
Thursday, November 9, 2017
8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Gateway Center • 2100 Green Hills Dr • Ames, Iowa
Lunch will be served at no cost to attendees
Learn the secrets from givers, makers and stewards of successful communities! Givers: the people who donate their time, talents and treasures for the better good. Makers: the folks who coordinate, put their words and dreams into actions, and “make it happen!” Stewards: the individuals who maintain the infrastructure, native plants and trees; the people who apply for more grants to keep the project growing and keep the dream alive.
Lessons from the Dean of Design:
How Can Design Help Your Community?
During our keynote, learn from Luis F. Rico-Gutierrez, dean of the Iowa State University College of Design. Rico-Gutierrez is a professionally accredited architect in Mexico and Spain. He’ll advise on how community members can get the most out of Iowa’s Living Roadways programs.
Click here to see the day's agenda.
Please register below by November 3.