There's so much going on right now that it's hard to know where to start! So we'll go with one of the most exciting opportunities to come along in a while for all of you who are interested in helping make Frankfort a better town for walkers and bike riders.
The Kentucky Heritage Council and Preservation Kentucky have teamed up for this year's Kentucky Main Street Program winter conference which will feature a lecture and workshop with Jeff Speck, author of Walkable City: How Downtown Can Save America, One Step at a Time. More information can be found at www.heritage.ky.gov.
The lecture is scheduled for , at the Grand Theatre.
The workshop will start at , at the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. We were so pumped about this chance to hear from one of the nation's most vocal advocates for pedestrian-friendly cities that we voted in December to foot the bill (no pun intended) for a limited number of folks to attend either event.
Several of you took us up on the offer but there's money left for a few more to go. If you'd like to be one, please let us know and we'll notify the organizers. Please specify which event you prefer to attend and include a contact phone number. This is a first-come, first-served offer so act fast!
and the WalkBike Board--
John Rodgers, Mike Bomford, Stuart Harrod, Sellus Wilder and Nathan Rome