The COVID-19 & Main Street Webinar Series provides Main Street programs with the latest resources and information on how to navigate the short-term and long-term impacts of COVID-19. All webinars are free and recorded for your convenience.
Restaurants in Recovery
Tuesday, June 2 at 12pm ET
As restaurants look to reemerge from COVID-19 related closure, they’ll need assistance and support from Main Street programs to manage the impacts and adjust to new operating realities. Join this webinar presented by Streetsense for an in-depth look at the concerns for your district’s restaurants – from cash flow to messaging and social distancing guidelines. Help the restaurants in your district to assess their readiness to reopen and create a strategy for success.
Increasing Congressional Support for Preservation During the Pandemic
National Trust for Historic Preservation
Thursday, May 28 at 3pm ET
In response to the public health and economic challenges created by the coronavirus pandemic, Congress has passed four funding packages, and is currently working on additional legislative responses in the weeks or months to come. Preservationists need to be engaged in these discussions – from ways to support America’s Main Streets to and using bricks and mortar revitalization as a proven method for stimulating job creation and local economies.
Panelists include Patrice Frey, President and CEO of the National Main Street Center; Tom Cassidy, Vice President of Government Relations at the National Trust; Chris Moore, Executive Director of the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation; Kelly Lizarraga, Advocacy Coordinator at the Coalition for American Heritage; and Pam Bowman, Director of Public Lands Policy at the National Trust.
Looking to view the rest of the webinar series? You can access the full collection of recorded webinars as well as view related materials here.