The 2005 National Main Streets Conference, Baltimore, Maryland May 8-11

The 2005 National Main Streets Conference, Baltimore, Maryland May 8-11

National Trust Main Street Center

This year's theme, Cool Cities: Old Buildings, New Attitudes, focuses on what successful strategies communities are using to bring new vitality and diverse mix of people and uses to their traditional commercial districts. With nearly 1500 participants each year, the conference provides over 80 educational sessions, workshops, and field sessions that focus on successful strategies for revitalizing downtowns and commercial districts.

Many of the sessions and tours at the National Main Streets Conference qualify for continuing education credits for both the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education System and the American Institute of Certified Planners Continuing Professional Development program.

This conference attracts a diverse audience including directors of revitalization organizations, planners, architects, historic preservationists, business development specialists, economic development professionals, city management staff, CDC staff and more.

For more information, visit our web site at the link below.

Related Link: The 2005 National Main Streets Conference

For more information contact:

Luke VanBelleghem
National Trust Main Street Center
1785 Massachusetts Ave, NW
DC 20036

Phone: 202-588-6231
Fax: 202-588-6050
Email: [email protected]

Posted April 7, 2005

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