Lecture: Retrofitting Suburbia For 21st Century Challenges

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Professor Ellen Dunham-Jones, Coordinator of the Urban Design program at Georgia Tech School of Architecture, presents a talk titled "Retrofitting Suburbia for 21st Century Challenges" on Friday, December 9.

The suburbs aren’t as suburban as they used to be. Shifts in market demand are driving redevelopment of vacant suburban properties into thriving sustainable places. Join in on a study that shows how the next generation of urban retrofits is helping larger communities address the challenges posed by the 21st century.

Co-sponsored by the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes and New Belgium Brewing

5:30pm – Doors open. Pre-lecture reception with light appetizers, cash bar and live music. Exploration: A Zack Bruell Restaurant, exhibitions and galleries, and the Museum Store are open.

7pm – Presentation begins. Book signing to follow.

Advance: Member: $10; Nonmember: $12
Day of: Member: $12; Nonmember: $14

Special event parking rates apply: $8 in the Museum garage.

The Women’s Committee of The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, PNC, Glidden House, and Cuyahoga Arts & Culture
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By: Cleveland Museum of Natural History

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