[ensu] Invitation: Ken Greenberg on Urban Design and Architecture

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Jessica Hazen <j-hazen@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:From: "Jessica Hazen" 
Subject: Invitation: Ken Greenberg on Urban Design and Architecture
Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2005 05:26:18 -0800

Hi and warmest greetings. Could you please post and forward this free event 
announcement to groups and individuals as you see best? Thanks!
visit:  http://communitybicyclenetwork.org/?q=speakerseries
 Ken Greenberg

Architect / Urban Designer / Rejuvenator  


CBN Speakers Series: Free event, open to the public


Tuesday March 1, 2005    

6:30 - 8:00 pm

doors open 5:30 pm

Lula Lounge 

1585 Dundas St. W., downtown Toronto

map: http://www.lula.ca/map.aspx


Ken Greenberg has won twenty-two awards in the span of twelve years for his 
excellence in architecture and urban design.  Much of his work focuses on the 
rejuvenation of downtowns, waterfronts and neighbourhoods.  This month, the 
Globe & Mail newspaper and Toronto Life magazine include his  viewpoint on 
major Toronto developments.  He is a highly valued individual who has a wealth 
of vision, experience and insight.    


This 45-minute panel discussion will be followed by a question, answer and 
discussion period with the audience.
Join us for this ninth session of a series of lectures hosted by
the Community Bicycle Network (CBN).  


 Support for the CBN Speakers Series is generously provided by:

Amsterdam Brewing Company, NOW Magazine,

Ontario Trillium Foundation and Transport Canada


The Community Bicycle Network (CBN) is guided by its mission to make 
environmentally sustainable, community-friendly transportation accessible to 
all in the city of Toronto.  Established in 1993, CBN is an award-winning 
organization that initiates, supports and hosts a large number of programs and 
services.  For more information please visit 

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