Thursday, May 19, 2016
6:00pm – 8:00pm
3451 St. Peters Rd
St. Peter’s Village, PA 19470
(between the bakery and the inn)
Come network with us and learn about our vision for an earth-centered business community and enjoy some organic tastings from local sources.
The event is presented by the Natural Life Business Partnership and will feature short presentation by our hosts and Certified Healing Foods Specialists Kevin Spyker and Jessica Annunziata of Culture Den, followed by networking and merriment!
All those that attend receive a FREE pass to our member only discussion group on May 23rd, “What’s Working, What Isn’t, and Why Not”
Click here to RSVP
Can’t make that night? No worries, this is our launch season and we are hosting free events throughout the summer all over the tri-State area. If you’d like to host an event yourself and highlight your business learn more here.
The Natural Life Business Partnership is a national member-based professional development organization for the earth-centered business community. We represent our members as a unified voice and foster professionalism and growth while providing valuable business support, local networking opportunities and a collaborative professional community. All programming, development workshops, networking opportunities, master mind groups, discussion clubs, business tools and resources are included in your professional membership. Our mission is to help you succeed!
Membership is the best investment you can make in yourself!
WHO: Anyone looking for extra help with their job search
WHEN: Wednesday evenings from 6:00pm to 8:00pm starting January 21st
WHERE: YWCA Tri-County Area Adult Literacy Center, 1830 East High Street, Pottstown
WHAT: A helpful supportive environment where you can get your resume revised, learn how to write cover letters, start and internet-based job search, maximize your visibility and talk to individuals from business and industry to aid in targeting your job search.
WHY: Because you are not alone in your job search!
HOW TO CONTACT US: (610) 326-7323
Allentown, PA – The 2014 spring membership reception, Put Yourself on the Map, embraces the excitement and promise of a new cultural horizon in the Lehigh Valley. On Wednesday, May 28, 2014, from 5:30 – 7:30 PM, the Lehigh Valley Arts Council commemorates twenty-five years of service to the region with a look at what the future holds. Join members and their guests for a celebration at the sleek, sophisticated headquarters of Lehigh Gas Partners LP in the soaring, new 11-story tower, Two City Center, which is transforming downtown Allentown.
Joseph V. Topper, Jr., Chairman & CEO of Lehigh Gas Partners LP and partner in City Center Investment Corp, is hosting the event. This annual get-together is a popular occasion for members to renew their connection to the arts and to each other. They will enjoy a tour of the fifth floor offices and expansive views of the Lehigh Valley.
Four prominent cultural leaders will be celebrated for their vision and for taking their organizations in new directions:
Greg Funfgeld, Artistic Director & Conductor, and Bridget George, Executive Director of The Bach Choir of Bethlehem
Ellis Finger, Director of Williams Center of the Arts, Lafayette College
David Mickenberg, President and CEO of the Allentown Art Museum
“We chose to celebrate our twenty-fifth anniversary with a nod to the arts community and to the future,” says Randall Forte, executive director. “And of course there will be cake and merriment!”
Festivities will include “mapping the cultural community,” as arts professionals and patrons will be encouraged to mark their location on a large-scale regional map. Guests will be greeted by a visual panoply of images from more than 100 cultural organizations, highlighting their vision statements.
Generously underwritten by PP&L, EBC Printing, and Lehigh Gas Partners LP, light foodwill be provided. Wine will be available on a cash basis. Parking is available in the lot on the southwest corner of 7th & Hamilton Streets.
Members attend for FREE; nonmembers pay $10. RSVP by May 23rd. Reservations are encouraged to expedite check-in at the security desk at Two City Center; please call the Arts Council at 610-437-5915 or register online at http://www.LVArtsCouncil.org.
Members RSVP for free here: http://www.lvartscouncil.org/rsvp.html
Nonmembers can purchase tickets ($10.00) here: http://www.etix.com/ticket/online/performanceSearch.jsp?performance_id=1812994&cobrand=lvartsboxoffice
Location: Two City Center, Lehigh Gas Corp., Fifth Floor
645 Hamilton Street, Allentown, Pa. 18101
Date / Time: Wednesday, May 28, 2014, from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m.
Fee: Free for Members; $10 for nonmembers.
Attendance: Reservations are required. Tickets can be purchased online.
About the Lehigh Valley Arts Council
The Lehigh Valley Arts Council is a nonprofit 501(c)3, membership-supported organization that serves as a regional advocate and ambassador for the Lehigh Valley arts community. Its mission is to promote the arts; to encourage and support artists and their development; to assist arts organizations; and to facilitate communication and cooperation among artists, arts organizations and the community. Through collaborative partnerships, it continues to provide access to the local arts community through education, research, professional development seminars and cooperative marketing initiatives.
Presented by the TCN Homeless Services Program
Thursday, February 21, 8:30 am – 10:00 am
(Snow Date Thursday, February 28 same time and location)
Zion United Church of Christ
209 Chestnut Street, Pottstown
(Corner of Hanover & Chestnut Streets)
Informative Speakers; Networking Opportunities; Connections to Social Service Agencies in the Community; Information to Help Make Your Job Easier
For more information contact TriCounty Community Network at (610) 705-3301