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A public presentation to the east side neighborhood followed by public comment.
Re-use proposal for Nathan Hale School as Odyssey School and Community Center
Pizza and dessert will be served. Childcare by pre-registration only.
To register or for more information, call (860) 647-3089
SNOW DATE: Monday, March 11, 2019 @ 6:30 PM
Meet up @ WORK_SPACE for a free tasting from upcoming breweries and local eateries. Listen to a live, candid, and insightful panel on small business development. After the event, stick around to enjoy our art exhibit or head over to one of downtown Manchester’s incredible restaurants for some dinner.
Listen to insights from previous guests here.
::Beer & Business::
Open to the Public 21 years and older: WORK_SPACE hosts a Happy Hour program featuring a local brewery or business owner from the food and beverage industry. Each month they highlight a business, sample their wares, and have fun networking. RSVPs are appreciated; however, walk-ins are welcome. Please bring your business cards and I.D.
MAKE-IT Art Workshops:
Intro to Zentangle with Prathima Bhargav
Zentangle® is an easy-to-learn, relaxing and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns.
We are so thankful to have such a strong connection with the connecticut arts community. If you haven’t visited WORK_SPACE before, we believe that wall space is synonymous with public art gallery. To celebrate this, we are offering a series of art workshops in our main street gallery space.
BIG THINK presents:
How Science Sold Me on Meditation, with Dan Harris
This is a free monthly network gathering where we watch an inspiring video over lunch (BYO), discuss the talk, and then eat cake to celebrate birthdays for that month.
ABOUT THE TALK:
“Technically, sleep is already our brains’ regular scheduled maintenance, but if there were any other one thing you could do to improve your mental health, de-stress, and be more productive in all the right ways, meditation would be it, says author and correspondent Dan Harris.” – Lifehacker.com, Why Meditation Should be your Brain’s ‘Scheduled Maintenance
WORK_SPACE is honored to host a retrospective of the work of Hans Weiss, a long-time and extremely engaged resident of Manchester. Curated by Christiane O’Brien in conjunction with Hans himself, the exhibit is scheduled to run from April 5-May 31, 2019. The opening reception will be on Friday, April 5, 2019 from 6-8p with a brief conversation with Hans to take place at 7pm. This exhibit is an opportunity to recognize the breadth of Mr. Weiss’s artistic achievements and celebrate the depth of his contributions to Manchester and beyond.
Hans Weiss is an artist, an inventor, and a benefactor for art, culture and community. In fact, his impact extends as far as the moon. Through the Dynamic Metal Products Company that he founded in Manchester in 1963, Hans created many aerospace devices; some making it to space including buckles for the Apollo astronauts’ spacesuits and lunar antennas for RCA that enabled communication between astronauts on the moon and NASA staff at mission control. Hans was awarded two U.S. Patents for recorders in punch clocks that automatically recorded elapsed time – this was in 1970 before computers were available. In 1989 Mr. Weiss sold his business and began painting full time in his Manchester Studio which sits next to the Hans Weiss Gallery at 138 Oakland Street.
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