For More Information:
Historic Milwaukee, Inc.
Anna-Marie Opgenorth, Executive Director
Phone: (414) 277-7795
Email: [email protected]
2010 Panel Discussion Series sponsored by Reinhart, Boerner, Van Deuren s.c.
Act 1 – What IS Historic?!
February 25, 6PM, Penthouse at 1000 North Water Street.
HMI’s 2010 Panel Discussion series kicks-off with a discussion about municipal landmark ordinances.
Moderated by Award Winning Real Estate Attorney Bruce Block, Pictured Here.
Paul Jakubovich – Preservation Planner with the City of Milwaukee
Alderman Robert Bauman – Member of the Historic Preservation Commission
Jim Draeger – Architectural Historian, Wisconsin Historical Society
Mike D’Amato – Former Alderman and Member of the Historic Preservation Commission
6PM Cocktail Hour – Limited Reservations
Meet the Panelists, Heavy hors d’oeuvres, Open bar, Dazzling View
7PM Panel Discussion
8PM Audience Questions
Act II – The Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative: Thursday, March 25
A discussion in conjunction with the Greater Milwaukee Foundation and two treasured Milwaukee neighborhoods, Capitol Heights and Lincoln Village.
Act III – The Nexus of Performing Arts & Architecture in collaboration with UPAF:
Thursday, April 29
What is the connection between the performing arts, the built environment, a globally competitive local economy, and a unique, differentiated local identity.
REGISTER ONLINE HERE
New in 2010!
FUEL Milwaukee, and UPAF’s Next Generation Council receive the HMI Member Price on all Panel Discussions and Cocktail Hours.
Panel Discussion Price
HMI, FUEL, Next Gen. Members: $10 per discussion/$25 for the series
Non Members: $15 per Discussion/$40 for the series
University Students: $7
Cocktail Hour Price (sold separately)
HMI, FUEL, Next Gen. Members: $15 each/$45 series
Non Members: $20 each/$55 series
About Historic Milwaukee, Inc.
Our Mission is to increase awareness of and commitment to Milwaukee’s history, architecture, and the preservation of our built environment. We provide this through innovative, responsive programs and strong community, corporate and civic alliances.