Historic Third Ward, Milwaukee, WI, Broadway and St. Paul
Saturday, August 31 and Sunday, September 1 - 10 am to 5 pm
In an in-depth interview, you'll provide detailed information about the recipient's personality traits, interpersonal relationships, interests, major life events and fond memories. Then, in a humorous, whimsical and touching way, this information is converted into map features. Lakes, mountains and hills, deserts, swamps, forests, jungles, streams and rivers, businesses, etc. become the vehicles to illustrate a life story.
It's a wonderful way to celebrate a birthday, anniversary, wedding, graduation, retirement, memorial or any major achievement or special life event.
In this sample you can see how several pieces of interview data became features on a LifeMap. (use data and map from brochure – How an Interview Becomes a LifeMap)
For more information on sizes and how soon to start, please visit the Getting Started page
For an explanation of the process to create a LifeMap, please visit the Process page.