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Feb

26

TakeNote Vol. 13: What is SERFA?

The thirteenth workshop in SoundCorps' panel series features an overview of the Southeast Regional Folk Alliance (SERFA), a folk music conference taking place in Chattanooga for the next five years. Panelists will offer advice on how to apply for showcases and connect with the career-building resources they’re bringing to town.

Panelists include:
Louisa Branscomb, Screendoor Songwriter Alliance
Abby Parks, Folk Renaissance Radio, SERFA board member
Jefferson Ross, folk artist, SERFA board member

Agenda:
6:00 p.m. Doors Open
6:30 p.m. Panel Session
7:30 p.m. Audience Q&A
8:15 p.m. Networking

Feb

28

CIVIQ feat. Victor Dover “The Art of Street Design”

Join us for the first installment of CIVIQ 2019!

Victor Dover, founding partner of Dover Kohl and Partners, is a charter member of the Congress for the New Urbanism. His recent book "Street Design, The Secret to Great Cities and Towns", co authored by John Massengale, is recognized as a revolutionary document for addressing the challenges cities across the globe face. Together we'll engage questions like, "How do we make our streets and cities places where people want to get out of their cars and walk?" and "How do we make our cities and towns great places where people want to be?"
Victor will help us understand what changes can be implemented on existing city and neighborhood streets to make them a more welcoming environment centered on people rather than automobiles.

Doors will open for snacks and networking at 5.30. The presentation will begin at 6pm with Q&A to follow.

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The Camp House serves as a city commons where people work, meet, and collaborate around food, drink, and social events.

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Founded in 2009 as a coffeeshop in the Southside, the Camp House lives today at the center of the Innovation District along MLK as a third space where creatives, entrepreneurs, university students, friends, and families can work, meet, collaborate, and gather around great food and drink.

After hours, the Camp House serves as a venue for community gatherings, concerts, banquets, and other private events.

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The Camp House is a perfect location for your next meeting, party or reception! Located at the heart of Chattanooga's downtown, our space is flexible and accomodating for a variety of events.

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Feb

26

TakeNote Vol. 13: What is SERFA?

The thirteenth workshop in SoundCorps' panel series features an overview of the Southeast Regional Folk Alliance (SERFA), a folk music conference taking place in Chattanooga for the next five years. Panelists will offer advice on how to apply for showcases and connect with the career-building resources they’re bringing to town.

Panelists include:
Louisa Branscomb, Screendoor Songwriter Alliance
Abby Parks, Folk Renaissance Radio, SERFA board member
Jefferson Ross, folk artist, SERFA board member

Agenda:
6:00 p.m. Doors Open
6:30 p.m. Panel Session
7:30 p.m. Audience Q&A
8:15 p.m. Networking

Feb

28

CIVIQ feat. Victor Dover “The Art of Street Design”

Join us for the first installment of CIVIQ 2019!

Victor Dover, founding partner of Dover Kohl and Partners, is a charter member of the Congress for the New Urbanism. His recent book "Street Design, The Secret to Great Cities and Towns", co authored by John Massengale, is recognized as a revolutionary document for addressing the challenges cities across the globe face. Together we'll engage questions like, "How do we make our streets and cities places where people want to get out of their cars and walk?" and "How do we make our cities and towns great places where people want to be?"
Victor will help us understand what changes can be implemented on existing city and neighborhood streets to make them a more welcoming environment centered on people rather than automobiles.

Doors will open for snacks and networking at 5.30. The presentation will begin at 6pm with Q&A to follow.

We Proudly Roast

We are coffee snobs, and our snobbery runs deep. We are snobbishly committed to sourcing beans from farmers who are compensated fairly and farming responsibly. We roast each small batch of coffee with snobbish accuracy, in order to draw out the most subtle nuances of that particular bean. We train our baristas to strive for snobbish excellence in crafting your drink. And finally, we are snobbishly nonjudgmental and unpretentious concerning our different customers’ taste preferences. We want you to delight in whatever we prepare for you!
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