Most discussion related to creativity and culture as new economic drivers ... has focused on larger urban centers.Yet, these ideas have powerful potential in smaller towns and rural areas. Municipalities large and small are turning tomunicipal cultural planning as a tool for building local economies through creativity, culture, and quality of place . Dr. Greg Baeker, "Building a Creative Rural Economy", Municipal World Magazine, September 2008
We are pleased to invite you to a very special Tech Social on Thursday, April 29, to be co-hosted by AGRG's Dr. Bob Maher, and Dr. Greg Baeker, Canada's leading thinker about the creative rural economy. Tech Social 3.7 will be set up as an open community forum on the subject of Cultural Mapping and Building a Creative Rural Economy here in Annapolis Digby.
As usual, the event will take place at End of the Line Pub in Bridgetown, with coffee on us! Simply click here for all the details, including a map.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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