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Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Print it before we mail it!

Review, download or print the invitation for the 30th Anniversary Reception on Thursday, 5/28/09.

Invitations were mailed on April 27, but you can still print an RSVP card and mail it to The Albany Roundtable at PO Box 7101, Albany, NY 12224.

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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Celebrate the Roundtable's 30th Anniversary!

WHAT: 30th Anniversary of the Albany Roundtable Civic Luncheon Series

WHEN: Thursday, May 28, 2009 – 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

WHERE: The University Club of Albany
141 Washington Avenue, Albany

Jaime Correa, urban planner, architect, and professor at the University of Miami, will be the Keynote Speaker at the Albany Roundtable's 30th Anniversary Reception.

Correa is a respected authority in the fields of architecture, town design, and sustainable development. He is the editor of THE CORREA REPORT, a newsletter developing a new consciousness of traditional sustainability and the author of Seven Recipes for the New Urbanism, published January 2009 and SELF-SUFFICIENT URBANISM: A Vision of Contraction for the Non-Distant Future.

Tickets to the 30th Anniversary cocktail reception start at $30. Honorary Committee and Corporate Sponsorships are also available. For more information e-mail

The Albany Roundtable’s previous visiting speakers have included: Stan Eckstut (NYC architect, Battery City Project); Tony Hiss (Project for Public Spaces); Robert McNulty (Partners for Livable Places); Paul Pritchard (National Parks and Conservation Association); Richard Bradley (proponent of Downtown business districts); Ray Oldenburg (The Great Good Place); James Howard Kunstler (author and new urbanist); Jane Holtz Kay (architecture critic, author of Asphalt Nation); Joseph P. Riley (Mayor, Charleston, South Carolina); Richard Reinhart (Buffalo Place); and others.

The Albany Roundtable, an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) corporation, provides a vital forum for civic discourse by hosting luncheons and presenting speakers with diverse points of view on timely subjects. The Albany Roundtable’s civic luncheons are open to the public and typically attract wide range of people active in business, the arts, not-for-profits, governments, neighborhoods and other urban activities.