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  1. Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Webinar

    February 19, 2019, 11:30 AM - 12:15 PM @ Not applicable

    Gary Schoeniger, founder of the Entrepreneurial Learning Institute, will join us for an opportunity to discuss what is trending nationally, what are entrepreneurial ecosystems and the civic models that support them. This is recommended for Wayne Tomorrow members and other community leaders and stakeholders

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  2. Entrepreneurship for Educators

    February 19, 2019, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM @ The Stourbridge Project

    :Raja Bhattacharya, Founding Director of Northampton Community College's Follett Family Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship will lead a discussion and networking opportunity for Educators. This is a great opportunity for educators to discuss the role of education in developing the entrepreneurial mindset, to identify and expand on strategies for integrating entrepreneurship into school curriculum, and to stay connected with how what is happening in Wayne County is aligned with regional and national trends.

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  3. Acoustic Bluegrass Jam

    February 20, 2019, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ The Cooperage Project

    The monthly Acoustic Bluegrass Jam welcomes all levels of players and instruments. This jam is entirely acoustic, so please leave your amps at home. This is a great opportunity for new players to learn how to interact musically with others, and maybe even learn a thing or two! Not musically inclined but love the genre? Sit back and enjoy the melodies provided by amazing musicians right here in our community.

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  4. NEPA TECH Meet Up

    February 21, 2019, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ The Stourbridge Project Business Incubator

    NEPA TECH is a group of companies and individuals that meet up to network and talk about technology topics. Stourbridge Project companies will also join the event to share information about their work. Anyone interested in or working with technology is welcome to attend.

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  5. Teen Open Mic Night

    February 22, 2019, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ The Cooperage Project

    Sounds Like Teen Spirit is an open mic night designed to provide an opportunity to showcase the talent of our community’s youth. School-aged students are encouraged to share their performing art on stage. If you play guitar, rap, perform stand-up comedy, write poetry, sing, juggle or play keyboards this is the perfect place to get some experience and gain inspiration in front of a supportive audience! Parents, please pass the memo onto your kids. Please note: all ages are invited to come watch and enjoy the evening, but only the area’s youth will be invited to step up on stage.

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  6. An Afternoon of Advocacy & Music

    February 23, 2019, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ The Cooperage Project

    Maywood University Students studying to become Music Therapists and other students studying music will be sharing their talent in order to advocate for Music Therapy. It is a family friendly event, and will be a partially interactive experience where, at times, the audience will be able to play instruments. Attendees will be able to enjoy all types of music and will also learn more about Music Therapy. There will be raffles, and instruments you can make.You’ll have an opportunity to chat with the students and ask them all about Music Therapy.

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  7. Jazz Trio 'Mostly Other People Do the Killing" Performs

    February 23, 2019, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ The Cooperage Project

    Enjoy a Sunday afternoon of original jazz compositions by Moppa Elliot, performed by the trio Mostly Other People Do The Killing. Mostly Other People Do the Killing formed in 2003 when bassist/composer Moppa Elliott met drummer Kevin Shea. The group was initially a quartet and has expanded to a septet before settling into its current configuration as a piano trio. Pianist Ron Stabinsky joined the ensemble in 2011 when they performed a tribute to Booker Little and Eric Dolphy as well as their recording project “Blue” in which they recreated Miles Davis’ classic album “Kind of Blue” note-for-note.

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