April 20 & 21: Earth Week with Judy Wicks and the 2nd Annual Green and Local Business Conference

Topping our list of Earth Day events is the exciting news of the Louisville visit of Judy Wicks! Judy is the world class business owner, social entrepreneur and co-founder of the Business Alliance for Local Living Economies and the Philadelphia Sustainable Business Network.

Judy will be speaking on April 20 and 21 at the Clifton Center, 2117 Payne St, Louisville, KY.

Judy is an internationally known and inspiring speaker, networker and vision-keeper for a positive, sustainable future. We are honored to have her visit us for this year's Earth Day!

April 20th
6 p.m. - Judy Wicks: Reception
7 p.m. - Judy Wicks: Living with Local Economies
* Free and Open to the Public!

April 21st
8 a.m. - Judy Wicks: Breakfast w/ the Business Community
10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Conference by the Sustainable Business Networks

Location for all Events
The Clifton Center, 2117 Payne Street
For more information, visit: www.centerforneighborhoods.org
George Perkins 502.425.6645
Green and Local Conference questions 502.410.2786

Following the breakfast, the 2nd Annual Kentuckiana Green and Local Business Mini-conference will feature presentations, workshops and networking with local business leaders on how to "Go Green and Local." You're Invited!
To register or learn more about the April 21 conference, go to: http://greenandlocal.googlepages.com

To become a member of Sustainable Business Networks: Click here for a Downloadable SBN Membership Brochure

To learn about and contribute to growing sustainable businesses in the region, please join the discussion at the Sustainable Business Networks:

If you would like to join the event organizing committee for Judy Wicks visit, send an email to the listserv at planning@jwil.org.

If you or your organization would like to support the events as a co-sponsor or underwriter, please click here for more information:

These events are sponsored by the ad hoc Earth Day Local Living Economies working group, the Sustainable Business Networks project, and others.

If you and your organization would like to help build the Business Alliance for Local Living Economies in Kentucky and Indiana, please join the Sustainable Business Networks now! SBN is an exciting and positive networking effort to support local citizens and businesses in "Going Green and Local."

Click here to learn more and to join the Sustainable Business Networks: www.sustainablebusinessnetworks.blogspot.com

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