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Last Friday's presentation by Jason McLennan at the Little Theater at Peninsula College, the first major event presented by the Center for Community Design, was a success! It was attended by about 80 people, and was very thought provoking - generating some good questions and discussion. Jason stayed an extra 40 minutes in order to continue the discussion while we enjoyed refreshments prepared by Carol Gentry. Thanks, Carol! He also took the time to sign copies of his book, The Philosophy of Sustainable Design. This book is currently used as a textbook in over 60 universities and colleges and is distributed widely throughout Europe and North America. We have about 10 more copies if you are interested in acquiring one.
We hope you will be able to attend this event. We are very fortunate to have someone of Jason's caliber presenting in Port Angeles. I'm going to include the information from the poster (below) here in case some of the poster is hard to read.
Go beyond LEED...
Look past Net-Zero...
Think beyond Restorative trends to a
VISION OF A REGENERATIVE FUTURE
Participate in an evening to explore a vision for a LIVING FUTURE for Port Angeles with special guest Jason McLennan, CEO of Cascadia Chapter of the US Green Building Council and co-author of the Living Building Challenge 2.0.
Presented by The Center for Community Design
DATE: Friday, August 6, 2010
LOCATION: Little Theater at Peninsula College, Port Angeles, WA
No charge/donations welcome
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Cascadia Chapter US Green Building Council, Michael T. Gentry, AIA LEED AP, Stuart J. Bonney, AIA, LEED AP, Richard G. Kielbon, RA, Built Green Clallam County, North Olympic Peninsula Resource Conservation & Development, Robbie & Jim Mantooth, The Landing Mall/Paul & Sarah Cronauer, Capacity Provisioning, Inc.
On July 9, the Center participated in the Port Angeles 2nd Friday Art Walk for the first time. A good number of people stopped by...some that we knew and some new folks who were curious to find out what C4CD was all about. We shared refreshments, and had some great discussions.
People had a chance to look at the model of the Rayonier site (used as an exercise in the public process sessions), check out the design ideas taped to the walls, and view a 5-minute movie Mike put together, with a no-holds-barred concept for a Living Future village.
We'll look forward to doing this each month on the 2nd Friday, from 5:00-8:00pm.