Northwest Association of Environmental Professionals

NWAEP First Thursday Networking Mixers in Seattle and Portland (4/5)

  • Thursday, March 01, 2018
  • 5:30 PM
  • Seattle (Locust Cider, 5309 22nd Ave NW - Ballard); Portland (Rogue Eastside Pub & Pilot Brewrey, 928 SE 9th Ave)

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APRIL 5, 2018
NWAEP FIRST THURSDAY NETWORKING MIXERS
5:30 to 7:00 PM

Please join us for our First Thursday Networking Mixers in Seattle and Portland! These monthly networking events are a great opportunity for you to meet, network, stay informed, and stay connected with local environmental professionals. These events also provide an opportunity to connect with the NWAEP board to contribute ideas for future events, speakers, topics, trainings, and other activities.

Networking mixers are held in both Portland and Seattle (see more details below). As always, this event is free, so please bring a friend! You can register on the NWAEP events webpage to let us know you are attending.

SEATTLE
Locust Cider
5309 22nd Avenue NW, Ste D

This month we will be meeting at Locust Cider, the recently opened cider tasting room located near Market Street and 24th Avenue. Locust Cider is a hard cider hand crafted with fresh pressed northwest apples and local ingredients - with several varieties to choose from!

Please contact Malia Bassett (malia.bassett@gmail.com) with any questions or comments about the Seattle event.

PORTLAND
The Rogue Eastside Pub and Pilot Brewery
928 SE 9th Avenue

Join us at the Rogue Eastside Pub and Pilot Brewery to network with your fellow Portland NWAEP crew!  The Rogue Eastside Pub and Pilot Brewery is a bar dedicated to the education and appreciation of craft beer, with 56 rotating taps and a featured brewer from local and regional breweries every Thursday.  If it is a nice evening, we'll be out on the patio as space allows - if not we will be in the barrel room.  Just ask at the bar if you are unsure where to find us.

Please contact Jason Medema (jasonmedema@gmail.com) with any questions or comments about the Portland event.

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