08/05/2017
Start Time: 8:30 AM
End Time: 11:30 AM
Directions HERE


“THE SURPRISING POWER OF PLACE AND COMMUNITY”

Hosted / Presented by: Schuylkill Highlands -Natural Lands

Award-winning writer, Jay Walljasper will share stories and strategies that inspire us to make changes in our lives, our home towns and the world. Even in the age of big data, storytelling is still the best way to grab people’s attention and activate their imaginations.

Walljasper is the author of The Great Neighborhood Book (2007), All That We Share: A Field Guide to the Commons (2011), How to Design Our World for Happiness (2013) and America’s Walking Renaissance (2016). He is an Urban Writer-in-Residence at Augsburg College in Minneapolis and Senior Fellow at Project for Public Spaces.

Editor of Utne Reader magazine for 15 years, Jay was also contributing editor at National Geographic Traveler, executive editor at Netherlands-based Ode magazine and travel editor at Better Homes & Gardens. He has been quoted on current issues in the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times and NPR.

St Peters Village Planning Presentations

Welcome, Carol De Wolf, Schuylkill Highlands, Natural Lands
Charles Jacob, Warwick Township Board of Supervisors

Site Planning Update, Lisa Thomas, Glackin, Thomas, Panzak

Destination Vision, Carter Van Dyke CVDA Associates

Conservation Easement, Andy Pitz, French and Pickering Creeks Conservation Trust

Marketing Trends, Todd Poole, 4 Award Planning

Please register to attend the morning speaker event by email to cdewolf@natlands.org.
Registration is required.

Also Join Us for St Peters Village Summerfest An Afternoon Festival of Activities, 30 Vendors, Food Trucks, Walks, Talks and Children’s Activities!

Bicycle Ride to St Peters Village

We look forward to seeing you Saturday, August 5 at St Peters Village!

Call with questions: 610.353.5587 ext 268

For additional information on this event contact: Carol De Wolf, cdewolf@natlands.org

Additional event details can also be found HERE.


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