Love Where You Live: An evening with Peter Kageyama
When: Wednesday, March 15, 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Where: Cornerstone Center for the Arts, 520 E. Main Street, Muncie
Registration: Free and open to the public; pre-registration is appreciated
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Join other Muncie creators, innovators, and connectors as we explore the critical importance of the most powerful of motivators – the human heart – in community, social, and economic development.
Peter Kageyama is an internationally sought-after community development consultant and author of For the Love of Cities: The Love Affair Between People and Their Places and Love Where You Live: Creating Emotionally Engaging Places. He speaks all over the world about bottom-up community development and the amazing people who are making change happen.
Peter explores what makes cities lovable, what motivates ordinary citizens to do extraordinary things for their places, and how some cities, such as New Orleans, Detroit, and Cleveland, are embracing concepts like “beauty,” “passion,” and “fun” in city building and revitalization.
This evening promises to reenergize our current efforts, inspire new ideas, and catalyze collaboration among the people who love – and want to love – Muncie.
Proudly sponsored by the City of Muncie, Cornerstone Center for the Arts, Muncie Action Plan, Muncie-Delaware County Economic Development Alliance, Muncie Public Library, Shafer Leadership Academy, Building Better Neighborhoods, and Ball State’s Office of Community Engagement.
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When you look at Muncie, what do you see? Like every city, we have our strengths and weaknesses. Help us discover what you love about Muncie.
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