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Community Invited to Rosemary Imagined Social Event!

Community Invited to Rosemary Imagined Social Event!
Information, Conversation, Imagination!
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Rosemary Imagined will be used in framing a plan for the corridor. The results of Rosemary Imagined will be the basis for reevaluating the draft Downtown Framework and Action Plan and providing a new recommendation for the Council to consider adopting as a part of the Chapel Hill 2020 comprehensive plan. 

Are you feeling both social and persuasive? Do you have a creative vision for the future of Rosemary Street that others should embrace? We want to hear it!  Join community members, Town and University leaders, and downtown business and property owners for the: 
Rosemary Imagined Social Event 
Tuesday, September 10
6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. 
TRU Deli + Wine
114 Henderson Street, Chapel Hill

Rosemary Imagined is an innovative community-led planning initiative that will refine our thinking of how Rosemary Street fits into the development and growth of downtown Chapel Hill. Come for information, conversation, and imagination about Rosemary Street and share your thoughts! 


But this is not your ordinary information session. Everyone will have the opportunity to share their most vibrant desire for the future of Rosemary Street and then use their powers of persuasion to gather votes from the crowd!  This is one public meeting where working the room is encouraged! Light refreshments will be provided for all to enjoy.


This event is part of a 10 month process of engagement with the Town of Chapel Hill and community members to bring together several recent initiatives into a complete vision for the future of the Rosemary Street corridor. 

For more information contact:
 Dwight Bassett at 919-969-5015
and Meg McGurk at 919-967-9440 or email them at
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The Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership is working to bring the resources of the Town, University and downtown community together to maintain, enhance and promote downtown as the social, cultural, and spiritual center of Chapel Hill through economic development. Contact Meg McGurk at 919-967-9440 or