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Wednesday, June 24

New for 2020! Under 30 Professional’s Networking

More young people are entering local government, both as city staff and elected officials. Join your peers for a special reception at The Liffey Irish Pub after the exhibit hall to share experiences in city government and build your network with fellow young city professionals.

New for 2020! Networking Reception: President’s Reception

All conference attendees are invited to walk down to Patrick McGovern’s to build relationships at a reception hosted by LMC President Mike Mornson. This informal gathering will include a meet and greet for first-time attendees.

 

Thursday, June 25

New for 2020! Breakfast Panel

Hosted by Minnesota Women in City Government (MWCG) and Minnesota City/County Management Association (MCMA) Women in the Profession

Fee: $35 (You must pre-register to take part in this pre-conference event)

Start your day Thursday by connecting with fellow city officials during this breakfast panel. You’ll hear about current challenges of the labor market and ways your city can put your best foot forward to attract strong candidates. MWCG will hold their annual meeting at 9 a.m., following the panel.

Awards Show & Dinner

Cheer on Minnesota cities during the awards show and dinner on Thursday evening! Minnesota Public Radio’s Angela Davis will be our host for the evening as we applaud award-winning projects, city leadership, and more.

Friday, June 26

New for 2020! Team #MnCities Huddle & Breakfast

The final day of the conference begins bright and early with a continental breakfast with League staff. Sit down for a chat as you discover the variety of resources available to League members and get to know the people beyond their names in emails.

Legislative Update & Comments from Governor Tim Walz (invited)

Hear how city priorities fared at the Capitol and what’s ahead for cities in 2021 and beyond as the League’s intergovernmental relations staff share observations and key outcomes from the 2020 legislative session.

 

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