Date: 8/4/04 Time: 5:30pm Meet & Greet – 6:00pm Meeting begins Place: Milwaukee County Historical Society, 910 N. Old World Third Street, Milwaukee, WI 53203 The Milwaukee County Historical Society has graciously offered to host our next General Membership meeting. The meeting will take place on Weds., August 4th at 5:30pm beginning with a 1/2 hour Meet & Greet, an opportunity to meet and chat with fellow preservationists. We hope you will take advantage of it! The meeting itself will begin promptly at 6pm, our guest speaker is Bob Teske, Executive Director of the Milwaukee County Historical Society http://www.milwaukeecountyhistsoc.org/. His subject will be the MCHS, its plans for renovation and the exhibition of the Angelos/Johnson Photo Collection http://www.milwaukeecountyhistsoc.org/programs.htm. It will also include a tour of the Historical Society Building. We hope you will join us and, please, bring a friend! NOTE: River Rhythms http://www.westown.org/westown/river+rhythms/default1.asp, will begin at 6:30pm at Pere Marquette Park, located right next to the Historical Society. Parking may be an issue, please allow time to find a place to park – better yet, park further away and take the trolley! http://www.ridemcts.com/trolley/ The Historical Society and Pere Marquette Park are located at stop #15 on the Trolley Loop. We invite you to join us at River Rhythms, featuring the band Five Guys with Day Jobs, following our meeting. Milwaukee Preservation Alliance The mission of the Milwaukee Preservation Alliance, a non-profit organization, is to create a strong and vibrant community by: • Demonstrating the link between historic preservation and viable economic development by engaging elected officials, developers, and business leaders. • Strengthening our neighborhoods by preserving and promoting their unique cultural spaces including architectural assets and public art. • Promoting the proper stewardship of our shared historic assets. • Stimulating awareness of the value of Milwaukee’s cultural and architectural heritage. These goals will be supported by community outreach efforts including advocacy campaigns, educational programs, and collaboration with other organizations working to preserve the city’s history and its cultural and architectural heritage.