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PSA series to be unveiled at Green Drinks

The first MyWHaT/Stonehut Studios Collaboration!

This is PSA#1 of two public service announcements in support of inclusive systems and the practice of complete streets. This 30 second piece and the one minute follow-up will be unveiled Thursday night at the InsideOut Gallery, a MyWHaT underwriter. Come celebrate and connect. I would love to meet some readers I’ve yet to meet.

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Green Drinks

Thursday, October 18th

5-7 pm at InsideOut Gallery

$1.00 off beer and wine 20% off mixed drinks

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The PSA’s to be shown were created in coordination with the Connected Communities | Complete Streets work taking place in the community through the leadership of TART Trails, LIAA, and the Grand Vision Transportation Network.

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Stonehut Studios

Thank you Aaron Dennis (right),  I think this is the beginning of a beautiful connection. Sorry for the early mornings.

And, if I may, Aaron’s first feature-length documentary The People and The Olive will be screened this Sunday, October 21 at the Milliken Auditorium in conjunction with the Great Lakes Bioneers Conference. The latter runs from Friday to Sunday. Neither of them should be missed, details through the links.

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  1. October 16, 2012 at 9:52 am

    Should be a good time and if you haven’t been to InsideOut since the renovation you’ll be amazed – Mike & Kim have REALLY created a cool space.

  2. Brittni Fuller
    October 16, 2012 at 10:02 am

    My husband and I recently moved to TC, this summer. He grew up in the area and left for about 8 years. During that time we met in Milwaukee at a child development center where we both taught. We lived in various neighborhoods in Milwaukee and in Seattle. We are especially excited to be here because of the strength of communities and the talented individuals within. We will be there Thursday to support the positive momentum.

  3. October 16, 2012 at 10:43 am

    I look forward to meeting you, Brittni. Be sure to say hello.

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