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July Low Power Happy Hour
July 13 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Low Power Happy Hour is a new speaker series featuring local professionals who work in and around the topic of sustainability. Join us on the second Wednesday of each month for cocktails, live acoustic music, and a Q&A with that night’s speaker.
- 6:30pm: Music Performance
- 7:00pm: Speaker Presents
- 7:30pm: Q&A with Speaker
- 7:45pm: Music Performance
Conservancy Members: $22 | General Admission: $25
MedWish International Panel
MedWish International is a nonprofit organization that saves lives and the environment by repurposing discarded medical supplies and equipment to provide humanitarian aid to people in need. Within this organization, there are multiple programs that help to support sustainability and humanitarian aid initiatives including International Humanitarian Aid and Medical Brigades, Local & Domestic Giving, Alternative Recycling, and Skill Building.
A panel of MedWish team members will introduce these programs and offer a discussion on how the work and mission of the organization promotes sustainability.
Growing up in Akron, Ohio, Dan Wilson spent the majority of his youth within the church community, where his musical path began. Wilson’s career took him on an exploratory journey into foundations laid down by the guitar/organ tradition, eventually leading to an invitation to perform with jazz great Joey DeFrancesco’s trio quartet, with which Wilson went on to earn a GRAMMY® Award nomination for DeFrancesco’s Project Freedom album (Mack Avenue Records, 2017).
From there, Wilson went on to tour with Christian McBride’s trio Tip City, eventually leading McBride to serve as producer on “Vessels of Wood and Earth” and release the album on his newly formed imprint Brother Mister Productions through Mack Avenue Music Group. The album was released on April 23, 2021.
COVID Safety Guidelines
At this time, while community levels of COVID-19 are low, you are not required to wear a mask at Conservancy events. We ask that you still respect personal space and understand that some individuals may choose to wear a mask for personal reasons. If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID, please stay home. We will continue to monitor community levels using the CDC’s new tool and may require masks again if transmission rates go up.
In the event that the spread of COVID is too large to gather safely, happy hour may be cancelled or postponed. If this happens, your ticket will be refunded.