RPIC Steering Committee meets at the Eisenadler Brauhaus

The RPIC Steering Committee met at the Eisenadler Brauhaus for its quarterly meeting this week. Before the meeting got underway, there was an opportunity to get to know one another which gave a great start to the gathering.

Eisenadler Brauhaus

Driving up to Eisenadler Brauhaus, visitors are greeting with a warm and friendly atmosphere. As you enter the Brauhaus, the warmth and friendliness continues with the owners, a beautiful fireplace, and a wonderfully handcrafted interior that makes you feel right at home to try their handcrafted beers brewed on site. This location made for a perfect place for the Steering Committee to come together and enjoy appetizers along with great company before getting down to business.

The RPIC Steering Committee meeting shared lots of ideas with equal amounts of enthusiasm

Maps of local villages were on hand to help get ideas flowing which led to plenty of enthusiasm for placemaking possibilities. With community placemaking, ideas started with what’s available in local communities while considering what’s needed and how to make a place or space fun for everyone. There was great conversation about what could benefit villages and their residents while attracting visitors to support local businesses. All ideas for making great places and events for the communities involved were welcomed. This upbeat brainstorming session set the tone and paved the way for the communities of western Montgomery County.

Want to know more or get involved?

If you live in the villages of Palatine Bridge, Fort Plain or Nelliston, live in the Town of Minden, or live in western Montgomery County take the Placemaking Survey! It will only take a few minutes and your ideas for your community are exactly what the Steering Committee is looking for. If you’re a student attending Fort Plain High School, take the survey and join the conversation!

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