Around Town: Final Nerds in NoMa Speaker Series, 4/19/16

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Next Tuesday, Apri 19th, come out for the fourth and final session of the Nerds in NoMa Speaker Series.

The topic is ‘Climate Change’, a look at how DC is addressing issues related to climate change, all while having some free beer, wine and popcorn.

It will be moderated by Tommy Wells, Director of Department of Energy & Enviroment

With the following panelists:

  • Harriet Tregoning, Deputy Assistant Secretary, US Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • Angela Fritz, Deputy Weather Editor, Capital Weather Gang
  • Dave Good, Manager, Energy and Sustainability, Gallaudet University

 

Register for the free event here.

 

Nerds in NoMa Speaker Series
Session 4 (of 4): Climate Change
The Lobby Project (1200 First Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002)
Tuesday, April 19
6:00-8:00pm
Free
All ages

I went to the session on March 15th, on “Urban Adventures”. Here is what I learned:

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Around Town: Nerds in NoMa Speaker Series, 3/15/16

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Next Tuesday, March 15th, come out for the third session of the Nerds in NoMa Speaker Series.

The topic is ‘Urban Adventure’, a look at how to find an adventure in the city that is right for you.

It will be moderated by Matt Liddle of REI. (You know I love REI!)

With the following panelists:

I went to the session on February 16th, on “Who’s Art”, and heard some lively debate and interesting tidbits on social art in DC, with updates on current and future projects, all while snacking from a bag of popcorn and sipping a cold beer. There was a decent crowd on hand to listen to the panelists share their experiences and opinions. With a little more word of mouth and a topic of greater interest (to me), it might just be full this time.

 

Register for the free event here.

They still have free beer and popcorn!

Future sessions

4/19 – Capital Climate Change

Nerds in NoMa Speaker Series
Session 3 (of 4): Urban Adventure
The Lobby Project (1200 First Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002)
Tuesday, March 15
6:00-8:00pm
Free
All ages