Main Street Discussion Luncheon November 8th
Posted by Chris H (+20) 9 years ago
November 8 - Cultural Heritage and Revitalizing Our Downtown Historic District: A Luncheon with Local Businesses and Community Service Groups
Members of all local service clubs and business associations are invited to attend a luncheon to discuss the role of historic preservation in revitalizing our downtown historic district from a business perspective. A panel of experts in historic preservation and down town revitalization will be on hand to present information and field questions. The panel will include Ms. Chere Jiusto, a member of the Humanities Montana Speaker's Bureau and Executive Director of Montana Preservation Alliance, Ms. Kate Hampton, Community Preservation Coordinator, State Historic Preservation Office and Mr. Tash Wisemiller, Main Street Coordinator from the Montana Department of Commerce.
November 8: 12:00 Noon at the Miles City Country Club. Cost is $7.50 per person Please RSVP by calling 406-232-8914 or e-mail [email protected]
Posted by Connie Muggli (+92) 9 years ago
The Miles City Historic Preservation Office regrets that we must cancel the Luncheon Event: A Business Perspective: The Role of Historic Preservation in Downtown Miles City, scheduled for the Country Club at noon tomorrow, November 8th. Please let any of your colleagues that were considering joining us know of the cancellation as well.

Please accept our apologies, and we will keep you posted on new plans and events as they occur.

Mother Nature has intervened with a forecast for a major snowstorm crossing the state over the next few days. Our presenters are all from the Bozeman and Helena area. After much discussion, we agreed that as much as we would enjoy their presentations, we did not feel that traveling in severe weather was warranted.

The Community Conversation Event, scheduled for Thursday evening at the Eagles Rainbow Room will go on as planned at 7:00pm. Please join us at this kick-off event for the Downtown Project and share your insights and ideas in that venue. We will tailor that event to accomodate a discussion about business challenges faced in the Historic Downtown District as well.

The Community Conversation is sponsored by Hometown Humanities on behalf of the Miles City Historic Preservation Office, the Miles City Area Chamber of Commerce, Miles City Housing Authority, Miles City Area Economic Development Council and the Fort Keogh Livestock Research Station.