Calendar

August

19-23
NeighborWorks Training Institute—Philadelphia, Penn.

Sponsor: NeighborWorks America
nw.org/network/training/training.asp

21
This Is Where We Live: Tennessee Affordable Housing Coalition, West Tennessee Regional Meeting—Memphis, Tenn.

Sponsors: Multiple
www.stlouisfed.org/community_development/events/?id=487

27-29
2013 Economic Development Forum–Accelerating the Continuum: Advancing the Growth of Business Ecosystems Through Partnerships & National Expansion—Memphis, Tenn.

Sponsor: Mid-South Minority Business Council Continuum
mmbc-memphis.org/MMBCEventsNews.aspx?pid=7

28
Know Your Neighborhoods: Maplewood—Maplewood, Mo.

Sponsor: Invest STL
www.investl.org
kynmaplewoodpresentation.eventbrite.com

29
Exploring Innovation in Community Development Audioconference–CRA: Building Culture That Yields Credit— Audioconference

Sponsor: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
https://www.stlouisfed.org/bsr/EI_CDAudioConference/


September

5
Tennessee Statewide Microenterprise Meeting—Nashville, Tenn.

Sponsors: Federal Reserve Banks of St. Louis and Atlanta
Contact: Kathy Moore Cowan at Kathy.M.Cowan@stls.frb.org

9-11
2013 Reclaiming Vacant Properties Conference–Investing in the Future: Unlocking Hidden Values—Philadelphia, Pa.

Sponsor: Center for Community Progress
www.communityprogress.net/2013-reclaiming-vacant-properties-conference-pages-356.php

10
Saving Your Small Town: Homegrown Community and Economic Development—Oxford, Miss.

Sponsor: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
www.stlouisfed.org/community_development/events/?id=489

10-13
2013 National Community Tax Coalition Conference: March Forward—New Orleans, La.

Sponsor: National Community Tax Coalition
www.cvent.com/events/2013-nctc-national-conference-march-forward/event-summary-93d2dd4995894703b4ca89045eb07efa.aspx

11
A CAPITAL IDEA: Connecting Partnerships in Kentucky—Lexington, Ky.

Sponsors: Federal Reserve Banks of St. Louis and Cleveland
http://www.stlouisfed.org/community_development/events/?id=500

11-12
Kentucky Summit on Philanthropy: Making Connections—Lexington, Ky.

Sponsor: Kentucky Philanthropy Initiative
www.kyphilanthropy.com

12
Saving Your Small Town: Homegrown Community and Economic Development—Jackson, Tenn.

Sponsor: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
www.stlouisfed.org/community_development/events/?id=495

16-17
Women in Business Expo 2013— Louisville, Ky.

Sponsors: Multiple
www.cvcky.org/womensbusinesscenter.html

16-18
Solutions 2013—Atlanta, Ga.

Sponsors: National Housing Conference, Center for Housing Policy, Multiple
www.nhc.org/Solutions-2013.html

17-18
Mississippi Conference on Business and Entrepreneur Development—New Albany, Miss.

Sponsors: Multiple
Contact: jeanniewaller@msmainstreet.com

19
Immigrant Entrepreneurship: An Emerging Economic Development Tool—Bowling Green, Ky.

Sponsor: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
http://www.stlouisfed.org/community_development/events/?id=497

19-20
2013 Policy Summit on Housing, Human Capital, and Inequality—Cleveland, Ohio

Sponsors: Federal Reserve Banks of Cleveland and Philadelphia
www.clevelandfed.org/community_development/events/ps2013/index.cfm

20
Pop-Up Street Party: RHCDA Name and Brand Launch Event—St. Louis, Mo.

Sponsor: Regional Housing and Community Development Alliance
http://www.rhcda.com

25
Children's Savings Accounts—Louisville, Ky.

Sponsor: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Contact: Lisa Locke at Lisa.Locke@stls.frb.org

27-29
Startup Weekend Tupelo—Tupelo, Miss.

Sponsors: Multiple
http://tupelo.startupweekend.org


October

2-3
Babies, Boomers & Beyond: Economic Security, Community Prosperity, and Equity Across the Lifespan—Chicago, Ill.

Sponsor: Woodstock Institute
woodstock40.eventbrite.com

3-4
60th Annual Governor's Conference on Economic and Community Development—Nashville, Tenn.

Sponsor: Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development
www.tn.gov/ecd/whatsnew

7-8
Restoring Prosperity in Older Industrial Cities—St. Louis, Mo.

Sponsors: Funders' Network, Incarnate Word Foundation
www.fundersnetwork.org/events/event-details/older-industrial-cities-convening-october-2013

7-8
Governor's Housing Summit—Nashville, Tenn.

Sponsor: Tennessee Housing Development Agency
www.thda.org/index.aspx?nid=171

9-10
2013 Kentucky Affordable Housing Conference—Lexington, Ky.

Sponsor: Kentucky Housing Corporation
http://www.kyhousing.org/conference/kahc2013.aspx

10
Exploring Innovation in Community Development Audioconference—Audioconference

Sponsor: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Contact: Matt Ashby at Matthew.W.Ashby@stls.frb.org

16-18
Focus On Leadership—Wildersville, Tenn.

Sponsor: Tennessee Association of Community Leadership
leadershiptennessee.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=35&Itemid=9

23-25
Community Resource Development Conference—Jackson, Miss.

Sponsor: Alcorn State University Extension Program
Contact: Katrina McLin at kmclin@alcorn.edu or 601-372-1424

24
Saving Your Small Town: Homegrown Community and Economic Development—Sikeston, Mo.

Sponsor: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Contact: Kathy Moore Cowan at Kathy.M.Cowan@stls.frb.org


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