2020 We Kan! Conference - "Rural is an opportunity: Inventional outcomes"
Organized and facilitated by the Kansas Sampler Foundation
Register here. Registration deadline is March 9.
Tuesday, March 17, 2-7 p.m. $30
Intergenerational Child Care and a Close Up View of Prairy Market
2-3:30 p.m. Tour and learn about Hesston Community Child Care and how they provide intergenerational experiences with the residents of Schowalter Villa.
3:30-4:15 p.m. Opportunity to check in at lodging site.
4:30-6:30 p.m. Tour, discussion, and evening meal at Prairy Market, 601 N. Main, Newton. Prairy Market is is a full line natural foods market, featuring local seasonal and organic produce, and locally sourced specialty meats including beef, bison, lamb, free-range chicken. They also offer prepared items and make a line of food products for wholesale, as well. What are the pro's and con's of working with local producers and serving prepared foods. We'll also talk about their branding, marketing techniques, and online shopping cart. Our evening meal? Chicken pot pie or beef lasagna, salad, and a slice of the local Salted Creamery ice cream pie!
ABOUT CONFERENCE TOPICS
Topics will be covered in 45-minute breakout sessions, 15-minute Speed Meeting round tables, and a few other short-but-sweet methods. The opening and closing sessions will be pretty cool. You'll learn alot, you'll meet people, you'll get picked up and perked up for doing the hard work of keeping our communities moving forward.
45-minute breakout-session topics (you'll be able to attend three)
Database growth and management secrets for fundraising success.
Foundational things needed for community success.
First steps for child care
The beginning of trail development
Crowdfunding just got more simple.
Bring your project idea!
How the state's workforce program can help your rural community
Tourism Tidbits that make a Big Difference
Unlock your housing brain
Hear this for the future of rural health care in your community
Support for Main Street
Art Should Be More Than A Decoration!
Community Service Tax Credits Can Boost Your Project! Are you eligible?
Speed-meeting round tables (you'll choose three)
Not all are confirmed yet
What are you doing for your 150th?
Ask field reps about state programs
The impact of a strong recreation and fitness program
The impact of land banks
Youth entrepreneur challenge, Network Kansas
What do you want to ask/tell your Congressman?
What's important about the census?
Getting your Older-Awesomes involved
How do we keep our recycling program?
A little green space makes a big impact
Coffee shops, craft beer, microbreweries. Are they a big deal?
To see who is coming and learn more about the conference purpose, go here.