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New Haven Green – The First Clean Up!

Posted on April 18th, by robertorr in Divinity, Efficiency, Events, New Haven, Shaping Moments, Urbanism. No Comments

New Haven Green – The First Clean Up

Just Two Hours, You Can Do It! Come Pitch In at the First Clean Up, Feel Good, Meet Exciting People and Help Boost Pride in Our New Haven Green and in Our New Haven Downtown!

Saturday, April 19, 2014 10:00 AM to Noon

Meet at 10:00 AM Saturday morning outside at the back of the stone church (Trinity Church on the Green) next to Chapel Street, right across from Zinc Restaurant. Look for gathered group of people.

Gloves, garbage bags, and misc. pick up tools will be provided.
Expert Cleaner-Uppers Will Provide Instruction.
Come in work clothes and good spirits. Feel free to bring your own tools, loppers, etc.
Refreshment provided.



CNU/New England – Happy Hour! Apr 2, 6p @ Ordinary

Posted on March 27th, by robertorr in Density, Events, Lean, New Haven, Prosperity, Resilience, Urbanism. No Comments

Best Cocktails in New Haven, and Chance to Discover Who & What’s Happening with New Urbanism in New England.
Please Join us for CNU/New England — Happy Hour! on Wednesday, April 2nd at 6:00PM at the Ordinary, 990 Chapel Street, Downtown New Haven.

CNU/New England – Happy Hour! Come mingle amongst an enthusiastic air motivated to make New England cities  better places to live, like in the picture below. Find out about New Urbanism, Tactical Urbanism, and Lean Urbanism. Get involved, make a difference, feel good about doing the right thing. Encourage life!  CNU/NE

Learn about the upcoming CNU/NE Summit just around the corner, April 10-11 in Sommerville, MA. And the national Congress for the New Urbanism XXII June 4-7 in Buffalo. Or just come and have fun amongst a surprising number of people you may already know.

CNU/NE Happy Hour, … Read More »



Distinguished Speaker Series – Artists at Work (Rescheduled)

Posted on February 11th, by robertorr in Efficiency, Events, Lean, New Haven. No Comments

ART and the Day Job
(Artists at Work – Rescheduled)
Please Join us for a free Panel Discussion on Monday, February 24th at 5:30PM at the Bourse Co-Working Loft in Downtown New Haven.

 A panel of artists will discuss issues and realities of a making a career as an artist: the pros and cons of freelancing, the hybrid career and more.  Featuring

Colin Benn, violist

Gordon Skinner, painter

Adele Myers, dancer and choreographer

Deborah Freedman, children’s book author and illustrator

The panel will be moderated by Susan Cahan, Associate Dean for the Arts, Yale College.

Distinguished Speaker Series – Panel Discussion
Monday, Feb 24, 2014, 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
The Bourse Coworking Loft
839 Chapel Street, 2nd Floor
New Haven, CT 06510
RSVP affirmatives to: bourse@boursenewhaven.com
or RSVP on Meetup or Facebook

Artists at Work is presented as part of CT at Work.  For more information, visit cthumanities.org/ctatwork



Distinguished Speaker Series – Artists at Work

Posted on January 28th, by robertorr in Blogs, Events, Job-seeking, Lean, New Haven. No Comments

CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER

ART and the Day Job
Please Join us for a free Panel Discussion on Wednesday, February 5th at 5:30PM at the Bourse Co-Working Loft in Downtown New Haven.

 A panel of artists will discuss issues and realities of a making a career as an artist: the pros and cons of freelancing, the hybrid career and more.  Featuring

Colin Benn, violist

Gordon Skinner, painter

Adele Myers, dancer and choreographer

Deborah Freedman, children’s book author and illustrator

The panel will be moderated by Susan Cahan, Associate Dean for the Arts, Yale College.

Distinguished Speaker Series – Panel Discussion
Wednesday, Feb 5, 2014, 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
The Bourse Coworking Loft
839 Chapel Street, 2nd Floor
New Haven, CT 06510
RSVP affirmatives to: bourse@boursenewhaven.com
or RSVP on Meetup or Facebook

  Artists at Work is presented as part of CT at Work.  For more information, visit cthumanities.org/ctatwork



Distinguished Speaker Series – Urban Interventions: A Tactical Urbanism How-to

Posted on January 18th, by robertorr in Efficiency, Events, New Haven, Shaping Moments, Urbanism. No Comments

Bottom Up and Top Down Urban Interventions
Please Join us for a free Tactical Urbanism Workshop on Saturday, February 8th at 3:00PM at the Bourse Co-Working Loft in Downtown New Haven.

How can an inexpensive, short-term project create long-term societal change? Guerilla Wayfinding, Parklets, DIY Crosswalks – these are all examples of an exciting trend in urban placemaking commonly referred to as Tactical Urbanism. This talk will be exceptionally unique. Our two speakers represent the public view from the street AND and the regulatory view from inside city hall: Bottom up AND top down interventions.

Distinguished Speaker Series
Saturday, Feb 8, 2014, 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
The Bourse Coworking Loft
839 Chapel Street, 2nd Floor
New Haven, CT 06510
RSVP affirmatives to: bourse@boursenewhaven.com
or RSVP on Meetup or Facebook

 

 Mike Lydon, Principal of The Street Plans Collaborative, will lead an overview alongside Dan Bartman, Senior Planner at the City of Somerville.  The overview of … Read More »



Distinguished Speaker Series – Rod Stevens

Posted on December 8th, by robertorr in Entrepreneurship, Events, Future Office, Lean, New Haven, Policy, Prosperity. No Comments

Please Join Us 12/23/13 Noon for a Stimulating and Timely Talk by Rod Stevens:
A Hands-On, Do-It-Yourself Approach to Business and Economic Development for the Rest of Us. 
How we can use place-making and the passions and interests of the people already living here to create a living economy for the 21st Century. Making it local.
The lean economy. Solve local problems, locally, through distributed making that leverages local stranded assets and kickstarted rusty skills.

 

Distinguished Speaker Series
Monday, Dec 23, 2013, 12:00 Noon

The Bourse Coworking Loft

839 Chapel Street, 2nd Floor

New Haven, CT 06510

RSVP affirmatives to: bourse@boursenewhaven.com

or RSVP on Meetup or Facebook

Speaker: Rod Stevens

Rod Stevens is an expert in business intelligence and strategy, specializing in planning for place-based ventures. He will contrast top-down, large-scale, flavor-of-the-month approaches to urban revitalization with bottoms-up, entrepreneurial businesses that are rebuilding the economies of their communities through the passions and distinctive skills of local … Read More »



What the New Healthcare Law Means for Your Connecticut Small Business

Posted on December 3rd, by robertorr in Blogs, Events, New Haven. No Comments

Please join us and Erik Rettig for a special talk and Q&A on the New Healthcare Law and What it Means for Small Business:

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

6:00pm

The Bourse, New Haven’s Coworking Loft

839 Chapel Street , New Haven CT , 2nd Floor



Distinguished Speaker Series – Bob Gibbs on Urban Retail

Posted on October 24th, by robertorr in Events, New Haven, Prosperity, Urbanism. No Comments

Please Join Us for a Stimulating Talk and Panel Discussion:

Distinguished Speaker Series
Monday, Nov 11, 2013, 5:30PM

The Bourse Coworking Loft

839 Chapel Street, 2nd Floor

New Haven, CT 06510

Speaker: Bob Gibbs on Urban Retail

Robert Gibbs is one of the foremost urban retail planners in America. For more than two decades, his expertise has been sought by some of the most respected mayors, renowned architects, and successful real-estate developers in the country. Profiled in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Urban Land, Gibbs has, writes The Atlantic Monthly, “a commercial sensibility unlike anything possessed by the urban planners who usually design downtown-renewal efforts.”

RSVP:

Facebook

Meetup

…or just e-mail RSVP directly to: bourse@boursenewhaven.com

Thank you.



Unsolicited Architecture & Unsanctioned Tactical Urbanism Hang-Out #5

Posted on October 9th, by robertorr in Events, New Haven, Policy, Transportation, Urbanism. No Comments

Join us at the next:

Unsolicited Architecture & Unsanctioned Tactical Urbanism Hang-Out #5
The Bourse, 839 Chapel Street, New Haven
Tuesday, October 15th, 7:00-8:30PM (PBRs!)

At this meeting, we’ll be discussing our newest project idea and making plans to unroll it in the coming weeks.

Join us to get involved in a project that will explore and improve legibility and usability of our local transit system.

ABOUT THIS GROUP:

 “A good city is like a good party. You know it’s working when people stay for much longer than necessary.” – Jan Gehl

From the Inside Out New Haven project, to the Olive Dog Park, to the New Haven Coliseum re-do, to the Farmington Canal Low Line to concepts posted on SeeClickFix, New Haven has a long history of people who spearhead informal, sometimes unsanctioned, DIY projects and plans to improve the city. 

If you:

Are familiar with the terms “unsolicited architecture” … Read More »



Thornton Wilder’s Our Town at English Building, Sep 19, 20, 21 and Sep 26, 27, 28

Posted on September 19th, by robertorr in Events, New Haven. No Comments

Come see a terrific play produced and performed by the New Haven Theater Company, right in the midst of the vintage store at the English Building Markets. 839 Chapel Street, New Haven. Sep 19, 20, 21 and Sep 26, 27, 28.

Our Town
By Thornton Wilder

Directed by Steven Scarpa

New Haven Theater Company is proud to present a fresh take on a timeless tale. Join the residents of Grover’s Corner; a small town adrift on the gentle river of time. Joe Crowell’s knee predicts the weather. Mrs. Gibbs dreams of a vacation to Paris. Young Emily and George innocently flirt with each other. Nobody very remarkable has ever come out of there, but in this tapestry of small stories lies a powerful examination of life, family, love and death. Join NHTC as we celebrate the 75th anniversary of this American classic that remains … Read More »






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New Haven Green – The First Clean Up!
New Haven Green – The First Clean Up

Just Two Hours, You Can Do It! Come Pitch In at the First Clean Up, Feel Good,...

CNU/New England – Happy Hour! Apr 2, 6p @ Ordinary
Best Cocktails in New Haven, and Chance to Discover Who & What’s Happening with New Urbanism in New England. Please Join us for CNU/New England — Happy Hour!...
Distinguished Speaker Series – Artists at Work (Rescheduled)
ART and the Day Job (Artists at Work – Rescheduled) Please Join us for a free Panel Discussion on Monday, February 24th at 5:30PM at the Bourse...