Collaborate, Take Action, Celebrate
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Join Feet First for the inaugural Walkable Washington Symposium and Awards on Thursday, April 3, 2014 from 9am to 1pm.
This is Washington state's only symposium to address the importance of walkable communities for health, safety, and economic vitality. The symposium will bring together over 100 leaders, planners, engineers, educators, and advocates from across the state to educate, energize and inspire the next generation of leaders. 2.5 CM APA Credits are provided.
The Walkable Washington Symposium will highlight communities, organizations, municipalities that have developed innovative projects to create healthy, livable and walkable communities. We are honored to have Chuck Wolfe, author of Urbanism Without Effort, as our lunch keynote speaker.
This year's half-day symposium explores two themes:
Planning, Collaboration and Design
Moderated by Mark Hinshaw, FAIA
Director of Urban Design with LMN Architects
Community Engagement and Education
Moderated by Charlotte Claybrooke
Washington State Department of Transportation Safe Routes to Schools Coordinator
Following the awards program at 1pm, join us for an optional free historic walking tour of Pike Place Market led by our friends at Pike Place Market Preservation & Development Authority (PDA). The walk will take approximately one hour.
Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors for supporting the Walkable Washington Symposium:
The CoHo Team of Windermere Agents
Become a sponsor. Please contact Scott Beckstrom, Walkable Washington Program Coordinator by emailing email@example.com or calling 206-652-2310 ext.4. For detailed information download a sponsorship package.
For more information about the Walkable Washington Program, visit: http://www.feetfirst.org/get-involved/walkablewashington
Your lunch is included in the ticket price; vegetarian options will be available.
Pike Place Market Elliott Bay Room on the top floor of the Economy Market Atrium (View)
85 Pike Street
Seattle, WA 98101
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|