VOX Beer Summit: Homegrown Initiative Launch

VOX Beer Summit: Homegrown Initiative Launch

Ted Law

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Fri., Feb. 9, 6:30-8:30 p.m. 2018
Free Entry, RSVP via Eventbrite suggested

Location Info:

Eureka Heights Brew Co.
941 W. 18th St.
Houston, TX  77008
832-953-4677
Vox Culture will be formally opening its 2018 "Homegrown" Initiative with a special event to introduce it’s focus on tackling the topic of environment in Houston. The advocacy organization will be hosting its second annual VOX Beer Summit at Eureka Heights Brew Co. As Vox Culture's partners for the year, Citizens' Environmental Coalition, Houstainable, Houston Sierra Club, and Air Alliance Houston will all be featured environmental organizations. The organizations will present information to the audience pertaining to their work, the current environmental challenges Houston faces and what is or needs to be done, innovative solutions that can have a positive impact on environment, and the push for a proper environmental policy for the City of Houston. Guests will also have a chance to network over beer individually with the groups to inquire about their work, ask environmentally related questions, and potentially sign up for future volunteering or fundraising opportunities with these groups. Towards the end of the presentations, guests will be welcome to come express and talk about either the challenges or positives that they see in their neighborhoods and/or Houston overall, on the subject of environment, and voice what they would like to see done in Houston. Beer selections from Eureka Heights will also be available for purchase by guests. Other items such as soft drinks and water will also be available while food will be offered for purchase by a food truck onsite. [Organizer's description]
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