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Jul 26, 2012
GlobeSherpa Open House
Connective DX Community Room

Please join us for GlobeSherpa's first Open House.

Meet the team, learn about GlobeSherpa's work in mobile ticketing, and chat with other GlobeSherpa investors, friends, and family.

Light refreshments, beer, and wine will be provided. Please feel free to bring a friend.

Jun 25, 2014
The TriMet Hackathon at OS Bridge
Open Source Bridge

Come hack for transportation! Help make apps using TriMet data even more awesome and accessible to more community members in Portland.

The TriMet Hackathon will have three areas of focus: software localization, TriMet's new APIs, and Active Transportation using OpenTripPlanner, OpenStreetMap, in conjunction with Metro's Bike There program.

Please join the TriMet Developers, Code 4 Portland, Skip Newberry, Chris Smith, Brandon Martin Anderson, Ed Groth, Chuck & Erica Lauer Vose, Marc Charbonneau... and many others.

Mar 12, 2009
Portland car-free happy hour
Roots Organic Brewing [Out of business. *Sigh*]

What's your vision of sustainable transportation and how to make it happen for Portland and the greater world? How do you get around in Portland in and in the greater world? What are you working on? Please join Portland's first Car-free happy hour to discuss, mingle, and eat and drink.

When: 2nd Thursday of each month (First is March 12), 5-7pm

Where: Roots Organic Brewing Company, 1520 SE 7th Ave, Portland, OR

Who's invited: Bicyclists, transit riders, pedestrians, motorists looking for other options, carpoolers, activists, consultants, nerds, journalists, public agency employees, politicians, neighbors, and friends

What: Car-free happy hour is an informal venue to mingle participate in a social exchange of information, ideas, and connections. Let's put the ingredients together and see what happens.

Dec 17, 2015
Breaking the Grid: Technology & Transportation live podcast

Join Oregon Walks, the Community Cycling Center and for an evening of fun, food, drinks and CONVERSATION! This month's BikePortland podcast will be LIVE and is focused on the intersection of Technology and Transportation, moderated by Bike Portland's Michael Andersen and joined by:

Chris Smith- Portland Planning & Sustainability Commissioner, William Henderson - founder of Knock Software and the new Ride app Mychal Tetteh - CEO of the Community Cycling Center Noel Mickelberry - Executive Director of Oregon Walks

RSVP by supporting Oregon Walks and the CCC: Donate $10 each to BOTH Oregon Walks and Community Cycling Center through the Willamette Week Give!Guide to attend. /

**Are you a BikePortlander? ( blog member) The first ten BikePortlander's to RSVP have a free ticket reserved.

While you listen enjoy a Los Gorditos taco buffet and complimentary beer, cider and wine bar, courtesy of Hopworks Urban Brewery, Lagunitas Brewery, and Reverend Nat's.

Space is limited so RSVP through our ticket site is required!