2020 is here. Where are we?
Warehouse 4726 hosts a conversation as part of My Miami Story for the 4th year in a row. Will you be joining us?
NOTE: THIS EVENT WILL BE HELD AT LINCOLN’S BEARD BREWERY LOCATED IN THE BIRD ROAD ARTS DISTRICT.
HEADING INTO 2020, MY MIAMI STORY CONVERSATIONS TO ASK, “WHERE ARE WE AS A COMMUNITY?” by Ana Mantica
2020 is around the corner, and changes that will directly affect our region — including upcoming elections, the Census count, evolving diversity in neighborhoods, and climate impacts — are top of mind for many Miami-Dade County residents. As the milestone year approaches, My Miami Story conversations will provide a platform for residents of every zip code and cultural background to discuss community priorities, civic policies, leadership and other pressing issues that will define the county’s future.
The Miami Foundation’s My Miami Story conversations will invite Miami-Dade County residents to spend Tuesday, October 15, 2019 considering the question: “2020 is here: where are we?” Participants will share personal stories and explore ideas on how residents can work together to improve communities in large and small ways. This is The Miami Foundation’s fourth year hosting the conversations about who Miamians are, where they are going and what each resident can contribute. Each year, participation in these conversations continues to grow; last year more than 4,000 residents gathered in homes, restaurants, offices, parks, libraries and numerous other locations around the county. READ MORE AT MiamiFoundation.org.