KY MAIN ST 40 - Call for Conference Proposals
APRIL 23, 24, 25
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Kentucky Main Street Conference
Across Kentucky, residents, business owners and local leaders are coming together under the umbrella of Kentucky Main Street to be a part of the Main Street America movement and rebuild our historic downtowns. Each year, Kentucky Main Street Directors come together for a three-day conference to share our successes, or ideas, and our passion for Kentucky's downtowns.

This year's conference is no different, except that it's a little bit exceptional. This year, Kentucky Main Street is celebrating our 40th Anniversary as a statewide program. Not only have we been working for forty years to protect and promote our downtowns, we are the oldest statewide program in America!

As a network of organizations, we are proud of our communities, our histories, and our people. For this special year, we want to think a little bit differently about the conference. We want to imagine the next 40 years of our downtowns. And, we want to invite our friends to join us in this conference- whether they represent another state's main street program or are simply interested in the work and how we do it. The 2019 KY Main Street Conference is one for visioning, collaborating, and celebrating.

If you are interested in being a presenter at this year's conference, please fill out the form below and hit submit.

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