Placemaking RFP due 1/25/2013

City Repair‘s Village Building Convergence is an annual ten-day placemaking festival that combines crowd sourced activism, creative community development, hands-on education and celebration.

The mission for the 13th Annual Village Building Convergence is to facilitate an annual collaboration and cross pollination of neighbors, groups, and civic partnerships to transform our city through village life patterns, educational and placemaking projects.

How to Get Involved

There are many ways to get involved:

1) Volunteer NOW to help plan & coordinate the VBC event (see how our core planning team is organized here). See an overview of opportunities & contact our volunteer team here.

2) Host a placemaking activity next year (2013) in your neighborhood! Review the 2013 Placemaking Toolkit for more information and to learn about the RFP due on January 25, 2013.

3) Build, paint & learn at neighborhood placemaking sites during the VBC. Check out our official guide for 2012!

4) Volunteer for a *worktrade* shift during VBC evening events to help us make this great event possible (and get free access to another evening event). Contact vbcvolunteer@cityrepair.org.

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