Last week, some of you were lucky enough to enjoy the spectacular lunch made by guest chef Ingrid Pankonin. This was the beginning of the revitalization of Sexy Salad Pot Luck Lunch at Hub San Francisco. This week, New Hub member Ben Barton will be cooking up our lunch. We hope you will join us with a bit of food if you remember.
Ben will be using the Albert & Eve vegetable box delivered today. Our recent partnership with Albert & Eve gets Hubbers two opportunities for a great deal. You can either 1) have the box delivered to either Hub location, and get 10% the whole order with this code: Hub9023 or 2) Get the box delivered to your home, and every 4th box will be FREE with this code: Hub9023-HD. Talk with Ben today about how to use your own box as he will happily discuss how he has prepared it.
Also today, Collaborating for Change Pt. 2 will happen in the Lighthouse from 12-130. In this lab, we’ll review and practice the basic building blocks that were covered in workshop one (on April 12), facilitating collaboration and efficiency in workplaces and communities. For more information or to RSVP, please go here: http://collaborationcommunicationlab2.eventbrite.com/
On Thursday April 21, Intersection for the Arts and Hub SF would like to invite you to the broadcast of Government Surveillance in a Digital World:A conversation with the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Log in here: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/government-surveillance-in-a-digital-world to hear how digital technology is changing the way we communicate and interact, often resulting in the unprecedented exposure of our personal details.
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- TUESDAY, APRIL 19 Collaborating for Change Pt. 2 RSVP here: http://collaborationcommunicationlab2.eventbrite.com/ In this workshop, we’ll review and practice the basic building blocks that were covered in workshop one (on April 12), facilitating collaboration and efficiency in workplaces and communities. Depending on the real-life challenges shared by participants in the group, we can focus on several essential areas
- THURSDAY, APRIL 21 Community Architecture: How to Map, Track, and Build Dynamic Communities RSVP: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/1553224737 Community engagement is a vital component of most social enterprise, but it often becomes a vague exercise. This workshop will provide a framework for transforming this abstract goal into concrete strategies and metrics, with an emphasis on mixing online and offline community engagement practices
- TUESDAY, APRIL 26 Effective Writing for Everything http://effectivewriting.eventbrite.com/ Does your e-newsletter need to be spicier? Do you want juicier print collateral? Does your web copy need more sizzle? Come to the Hub Lab and bring your writing woes and challenges – we’ll work on remedying them.