August 24, 8:30am - 10:00am EDT. Hosted at Smoke Justis
part of a series on Community
About the speaker
Katie Meyer has a deep interest in how cities work and what makes them thrive. She has worked as the Executive Director of Renaissance Covington, Inc., a Kentucky Main Street Program, for 8 years. Her work focuses on creative placemaking, small business attraction and retention, and smart city initiatives. Katie’s work inspired her appreciation of Greater Cincinnati’s architecture, history, public art, green spaces, street patterns, and local businesses. In fact, in 2015 she co-authored Walking Cincinnati: 32 tours exploring historic neighborhoods, stunning riverfront quarters, and hidden treasures in the Queen City. The 2nd Edition will be released later this year.
The event will be in the Roebling Room of Smoke Justis. Please enter through the Court Street Entrance. (Very important because the main door will be closed.)
Additionally, you can park on street, in county garage on Madison St or the parking lot on 3rd and Greenup Street.