[ApaIllinois] Now is the Time to Register for Mobile Workshops at the 2011 APA-IL State Conference!
Paula Freeze, APA-IL Editor
editor at ilapa.org
Thu Sep 15 11:39:17 CDT 2011
Now is the Time to Register for Mobile Workshops!
Ten engaging mobile workshops are planned for this year’s conference, ensuring that there is something for everyone to enjoy. Get out of the session rooms and experience planning in Chicago, the North Shore, and beyond. Connect with colleagues as you delve into a number of exciting planning concepts. Mobile workshops are filling up quickly and on-site registration will be very limited. Online registration ends
September 26th - don't delay!
2011 APA-IL State Conference
October 5-7, 2011
1710 Orrington Ave.
Evanston, IL 60201
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Evanston is one of 4 communities laying claim to having originated the ice cream sundae.
North Chicago: The Other North Shore
Thurs., Oct. 6th from 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Located 33 miles north of Chicago on the shores of Lake Michigan, North Chicago provides a stark contrast to the more affluent communities along the North Shore. Once a vibrant blue collar town with heavy manufacturing roots, North Chicago has struggled as its manufacturing base dwindled and population declined. Hear what the City is doing to respond to these planning challenges to move forward in the years to come.
Planning for the Illinois Coast :
the Evanston and Wilmette Experience
Wed., Oct. 5th from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
The Lake Michigan shore of Wilmette and Evanston provides examples of the coastal planning necessary to effectively halt erosion, maintain marina entrances, preserve the natural movement of littoral sand along the shore, and assure lakeshore aesthetics, recreation, and safety. Learn about geology, best management practices and planning challenges while visiting several lakeshore sites.
Creative Redevelopment in Ethnic Neighborhoods: Albany Park and West Ridge
Thursday, October 6th 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Chicago is known as a city of neighborhoods. Albany Park and West Ridge are in the process of transforming through innovative reinvestment and redevelopment. The West Ridge neighborhood, a historically Russian and Polish Jewish community, has become a center for Indo/Pakistani population and commerce. Albany Park has transformed from a 1900s German and Swedish immigrant community to a port of entry for Asian and Latin American immigrants. Explore how ethnicity, both past and present, can be used to brand a community as Albany Park an West Ridge continue to evolve.
Dempster Street on the Purple Line:
Retooling for the 21st Century
Wed., Oct. 5th from 9:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
Evanston’s vibrant Dempster Street Business District has long been divided by the viaducts of the CTA Purple Line and the Metra Union Pacific North. On this interactive workshop, you’ll learn about the challenges and opportunities presented by the retrofitting of the Purple Line and discuss how planners can address fixed physical barriers when planning to improve and enhance a community attribute for future generations.
...visit ilapa.org to learn about our other dynamic mobile workshops:
Redevelopment on the Municipal Frontier: Howard Street Wed., October 5
The Food Revolution: Evanston's Food Movement & Policy Wed., October 5
Fostering Creativity in Evanston: Arts & Innovation Thurs., October 6
Maintaining Downtown Vibrancy on the Rails of the North Shore: Evanston, Wilmette, & Highland Park Thurs., Oct. 6
TODs and Job Creation: Downtown Skokie and the Illinois Science + Technology Park Fri., October 7
Cultivating Future Planners: A Planning Charrette Fri., October 7
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