Northwest Association of Environmental Professionals

NWAEP First Thursday Networking Mixer, Seattle & Portland (9/5)

  • Thursday, September 05, 2024
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Portland (Rogue Eastside Pub & Pilot Brewery, 928 SE 9th Ave); Seattle (Here Today Brewery & Kitchen, 2815 Elliott Avenue)

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NWAEP FIRST THURSDAY NETWORKING MIXERS

Thursday, September 5, 2024
5:30 – 7:30 PM

Please join us for our "First Thursday" networking mixer in Seattle and Portland. 

NWAEP monthly First Thursday 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.

First Thursday mixers are free and open to both NWAEP Members and non-members. NWAEP members, though, receive two 2 free drink tickets — so make sure your membership is up to date before you come!

Please RSVP to let us know you are attending.


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

Please join us at the Rogue Eastside Pub and Pilot Brewery, 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. We'll either be in the barrel room or the patio, depending on weather and space. Just ask at the bar if you are unsure where to find us.

Please contact Jason Medema, NWAEP Programs Chair, with any questions or comments about the Portland event or about NWAEP events in general.


SEATTLE
Here Today Brewery & Kitchen
2815 Elliott Avenue (enter on the west/Alaskan Way side of the building)

In Seattle, join us at Here Today Brewery & Kitchen (one of the "best new cocktail bars in the country") on the Waterfront. Enjoy beer brewed on-site, natural wine, “choose your own adventure” cocktails, and typical bar food (burgers, dogs, wings, plus vegan options). This new vaporwave-themed brewpub features vintage booths and furniture from old skating rinks, and the dog-friendly patio boasts views of the sculpture park and Puget Sound. We hope you can join us for some good company and conversation!

Please contact Brian Durkin from ESA | Environmental Science Associates or Dimitri Athanasiou, NWAEP Board Member, with any questions or comments about the Seattle event.

Northwest Association of Environmental Professionals     •     PO Box 11583, Portland, OR 97211         TheNWAEP at gmail dot com 

    

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