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Innovators in the world of urban livability discuss the future of parks

  • Subject: [cg] Innovators in the world of urban livability discuss the future of parks
  • From: "Harriet Festing" hfesting@pps.org
  • Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 14:43:40 -0500
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  • Thread-topic: innovators in the world of urban livability discuss the future of parks

(please forward to anyone who may be interested...)

Friends,
This is a conference you don't want to miss... 

With a reputation for bringing together the 'cream of the cream' in the
world of urban liveability and public spaces, there's a fabulous line up
speakers, site visits, roundtables, networking, walking workshops, canoe
and boating trips, bike rides, picnics... and a special reception at
Gracie Mansion.  

As always, we encourage people to participate in teams: park directors
and managers, nonprofits, public officials, designers, funders,
historians, foundations, community leaders, transporation officials,
libraries, business...

Our collaboration with the Central Park Conservancy for their 150
anniversary promises to make this year's conference especially engaging.

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http://pps.org//GPGC/
GREAT CITIES GREAT PARKS
Celebrating 150 years of Central Park

The 8th International Urban Parks Conference
****************************************************
Anyone who cares about parks and their role in making cities more
livable, should attend this international conference.  Central Park's
immense achievements and influential history will serve as a starting
point for exchanging lessons from around the world. 

Explore the past, present and future of parks with 450 leaders,
professionals and partners.

****************************************************
June 21-25, New York City
http://pps.org//GPGC/
Hosted by The Central Park Conservancy and Project for Public Spaces
with NYC Parks & Recreation, City Parks Alliance, City Parks Foundation,
Cityscape Institute, Prospect Park Alliance


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