Monday Morning Memo

Monday, September 21, 2020

2020 Local Leaders Luncheon almost sold out!

Join us September 23rd for our 2020 Local Leaders Luncheon, honoring Richard Gonzmart, 4th Generation “Caretaker” of the Columbia Restaurant Group. In person tickets are sold out, but virtual tickets are still available!

 

Register today by clicking here.

North Ashley Drive safer thanks to Vision Zero mural project

Last weekend, local artist Meaghan Farrell Scalise, with Traditional and Digital Arts (Tada!), completed a Vision Zero mural entitled “Reflection Current,” which includes 40 touchpoints on the ground painted with a cohesive design.

 

“The bright colors signify energy in movement, engaging one’s consciousness to the twists and turns in life’s ever-moving current, along with connectivity to each other.”, stated artist Meagan Farrell Scalise.

 

To read more, click here.

Tampa looks to buy a $4.5M downtown property for affordable housing

“The opportunity to purchase this land is a great next step in increasing real affordable housing units in our community and diversifying our downtown and housing options in our core employment center,” Orlando Gudes, CRA board chairman, said in a statement. “I am happy this project will help to create a future where more working folks can live and work in our downtown area.”

 

To learn more, click here.

Winter Village Shops application open

These pop-up shops are an excellent way for makers and entrepreneurs to be a part of #TampasDowntown retail market. Special considerations will be taken this year to follow social distancing guidance for a safe experience for all.

 

Apply now by clicking here.

Sparkman Wharf set to host first ever boat-in floating cinema event

Sparkman Wharf will show Overboard on September 26th at 7pm. The event is free on wheels or on water, but you must register to attend via car.

 

Check it out!

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