When

Wednesday, June 26, 2019 from 7:45 AM to 4:30 PM EDT
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Where

Lake Worth Beach Casino Building 
10 S. Ocean Boulevard
Lake Worth Beach, FL 33460
 

 
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Contact

Francine Ramagila 
The Palm Beach County Planning Congress, Inc. 
 
francineramaglia@gmail.com 

Cost

Early Bird Event Fees - Applicable up to June 21st 

Early Bird Member Event Fee - $65.00

Early Bird Non-member Event Fee - $75.00 

Regular Event Fees - Applies after June 21st 

Regular Member Event Fee - $75.00

Regular Non-Member Event Fee - $85.00

Cost at the Door - Both Members and Non-members - $85.00

New Members at the Door - $65.00

Students - Free 

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS!

 

 

 

Additional Sponsors:

City of Lake Worth Beach (Hosting Event)

 Florida Atlantic University

 Kimley-Horn 

 Lewis Longman and Walker

Palm Beach County

Treasure Coast Section - APA FL

 

            Planning Challenges 2019: City Stories

 Click here to view the full seminar agenda!

 

The Palm Beach County Planning Congress invites you to join us on June 26th at the Lake Worth Beach Casino for a day of storytelling. Stories help us relate to other people and are key to creating empathy and trust.  With so much at stake in our communities, storytelling reframes and even curates sensitive urban issues in an effective and compelling way so that everyone becomes "all ears".

City Stories:  We are pleased to have wonderful master storytellers and wide-ranging group of well-known planners and other professionals, community members and leaders--all of them our storytellers--weave an amazing tale of community unity and civility.

  • Keynote Storyteller: Daniel Herriges, Content Manager of Strong Towns.  Daniel is a long time contributor and founding member of the Strong Towns movement.
  • Our luncheon keynote storyteller will be Tony Garcia with Street Plans Collaborative, graciously sponsored by Kimley-Horn.
  • Through our partnership with Florida Atlantic University, we will hear from the creator of their urban storytelling festival as well as Caren Neile from NPR.
  • End of day wrap up with a Sidewalk Talk training and event out on the beach! 

"Stories puts someone else’s thoughts, experiences, and emotions in your head, which leads to sympathy/compassion for people with whom you previously shared nothing in common." John Morton

 

Pending 7 AICP CM Credits

Stay tuned for more details and please register today!

City Stories would not be possible without our sponsors including :

  • City of Lake Worth Beach (Hosting Event)
  • Florida Atlantic University
  • KCI Technologies
  • Kimley-Horn
  • Lewis Longman and Walker
  • NZ Consultants
  • Palm Beach County
  • Treasure Coast Section - APA FL
  • WGI