• Project Night

    Hygge Coworking at Camp North End

    This is our “break out” meeting. Meaning that we are generally grouped into teams working on projects. You will have the opportunity to learn more about what we do through a quick orientation, get connected to a project, discuss how to start your own project or connect with our leadership team. You can learn more about our projects at http://brigade.opencharlotte.org. If you create a profile you can connect to a project and we’ll email you an invite to our Slack. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) • What do I need to know before showing up? Most of our attendees are working on projects or looking to get connected to a project. While a laptop isn’t required to participate, if you have one, we recommend bringing it. • Who is this event for? This event is for anyone looking to get involved in the civic tech space, applying their expertise to help solve social problems in Charlotte. • Do I need to be a coder? No! We welcome civic hackers of all varieties. Researchers, analysts, practitioners, designers, writers, photographers, have all contributed to Open Charlotte Brigade projects and organization. ENTRANCE AND PARKING: The entrance to Camp North end is at 1830 Statesville Ave. Once you're inside Camp North End: Follow signs for The Mount! Follow the driveway all the way down to the end. There will be shipping containers on your right, TURN RIGHT and then take your immediate LEFT JUST after the shipping containers. Follow that road around the bend and you'll see the 2nd area with patio furniture and lights. Park anywhere near there and look for the black and yellow building. We're in there! Still not sure? Check out this map: Are you interested in sponsoring an Open Charlotte Brigade event? We're actively looking for organizations to partner with for our events! Email us at [masked]. To keep up with Open Charlotte’s news and events, be sure to sign up for our newsletter at http://opencharlotte.org/newsletter As with all our events, we require attendees to follow our Code of Conduct. You can read about it at http://opencharlotte.org/code-of-conduct.

  • Community Night

    Hygge Coworking at Camp North End

    This is our community conversation night. We’ll get updates about our community, upcoming events and from our Community Ambassadors. Some nights we might have guest speakers (we’ll update the agenda if there is one). The end of the evening we’ll have a Leadership Conversation, where we ask you to join us in planning future Brigade events, communications and direction. Agenda: 7:00pm - Mix & Mingling 7:30pm - Community Updates 8:30pm - Leadership Conversation You can find meeting notes here http://opencharlotte.org/notes Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) • What do I need to know before showing up? This is a casual event; We will spend the night talk about community opportunities and checking in with Community Ambassadors. While a laptop isn’t required to participate, if you have one, it might be useful. You don’t need to bring anything, just show up, grab a name tag, and join a conversation. • Who is this event for? This event is for anyone looking to get involved in the civic tech space, applying their expertise to help solve social problems in Charlotte. • Do I need to be a coder? No! We welcome civic hackers of all varieties. This is a social hour, we encourage newcomers to talk with people and explore where they can contribute their skills. Researchers, analysts, practitioners, designers, writers, photographers, have all contributed to Open Charlotte Brigade projects and organization. ENTRANCE AND PARKING: The entrance to Camp North end is at 1830 Statesville Ave. Once you're inside Camp North End: Follow signs for The Mount! Follow the driveway all the way down to the end. There will be shipping containers on your right, TURN RIGHT and then take your immediate LEFT JUST after the shipping containers. Follow that road around the bend and you'll see the 2nd area with patio furniture and lights. Park anywhere near there and look for the black and yellow building. We're in there! Still not sure? Check out this map: Are you interested in sponsoring an Open Charlotte Brigade event? We're actively looking for organizations to partner with for our events! Email us at [masked]. As with all our events, we require attendees to follow our Code of Conduct (http://opencharlotte.org/code-of-conduct). To keep up with Open Charlotte’s news and events, be sure to sign up for our newsletter at http://opencharlotte.org/newsletter

  • Project Night

    Hygge Coworking at Camp North End

    This is our “break out” meeting. Meaning that we are generally grouped into teams working on projects. You will have the opportunity to learn more about what we do through a quick orientation, get connected to a project, discuss how to start your own project or connect with our leadership team. You can learn more about our projects at http://brigade.opencharlotte.org. If you create a profile you can connect to a project and we’ll email you an invite to our Slack. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) • What do I need to know before showing up? Most of our attendees are working on projects or looking to get connected to a project. While a laptop isn’t required to participate, if you have one, we recommend bringing it. • Who is this event for? This event is for anyone looking to get involved in the civic tech space, applying their expertise to help solve social problems in Charlotte. • Do I need to be a coder? No! We welcome civic hackers of all varieties. Researchers, analysts, practitioners, designers, writers, photographers, have all contributed to Open Charlotte Brigade projects and organization. ENTRANCE AND PARKING: The entrance to Camp North end is at 1830 Statesville Ave. Once you're inside Camp North End: Follow signs for The Mount! Follow the driveway all the way down to the end. There will be shipping containers on your right, TURN RIGHT and then take your immediate LEFT JUST after the shipping containers. Follow that road around the bend and you'll see the 2nd area with patio furniture and lights. Park anywhere near there and look for the black and yellow building. We're in there! Still not sure? Check out this map: Are you interested in sponsoring an Open Charlotte Brigade event? We're actively looking for organizations to partner with for our events! Email us at [masked]. To keep up with Open Charlotte’s news and events, be sure to sign up for our newsletter at http://opencharlotte.org/newsletter As with all our events, we require attendees to follow our Code of Conduct. You can read about it at http://opencharlotte.org/code-of-conduct.

  • Community Night

    Hygge Coworking at Camp North End

    This is our community conversation night. We’ll get updates about our community, upcoming events and from our Community Ambassadors. Some nights we might have guest speakers (we’ll update the agenda if there is one). The end of the evening we’ll have a Leadership Conversation, where we ask you to join us in planning future Brigade events, communications and direction. Agenda: 7:00pm - Mix & Mingling 7:30pm - Community Updates 8:30pm - Leadership Conversation You can find meeting notes here http://opencharlotte.org/notes Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) • What do I need to know before showing up? This is a casual event; We will spend the night talk about community opportunities and checking in with Community Ambassadors. While a laptop isn’t required to participate, if you have one, it might be useful. You don’t need to bring anything, just show up, grab a name tag, and join a conversation. • Who is this event for? This event is for anyone looking to get involved in the civic tech space, applying their expertise to help solve social problems in Charlotte. • Do I need to be a coder? No! We welcome civic hackers of all varieties. This is a social hour, we encourage newcomers to talk with people and explore where they can contribute their skills. Researchers, analysts, practitioners, designers, writers, photographers, have all contributed to Open Charlotte Brigade projects and organization. ENTRANCE AND PARKING: The entrance to Camp North end is at 1830 Statesville Ave. Once you're inside Camp North End: Follow signs for The Mount! Follow the driveway all the way down to the end. There will be shipping containers on your right, TURN RIGHT and then take your immediate LEFT JUST after the shipping containers. Follow that road around the bend and you'll see the 2nd area with patio furniture and lights. Park anywhere near there and look for the black and yellow building. We're in there! Still not sure? Check out this map: Are you interested in sponsoring an Open Charlotte Brigade event? We're actively looking for organizations to partner with for our events! Email us at [masked]. As with all our events, we require attendees to follow our Code of Conduct (http://opencharlotte.org/code-of-conduct). To keep up with Open Charlotte’s news and events, be sure to sign up for our newsletter at http://opencharlotte.org/newsletter

  • Project Night

    Hygge Coworking at Camp North End

    This is our “break out” meeting. Meaning that we are generally grouped into teams working on projects. You will have the opportunity to learn more about what we do through a quick orientation, get connected to a project, discuss how to start your own project or connect with our leadership team. You can learn more about our projects at http://brigade.opencharlotte.org. If you create a profile you can connect to a project and we’ll email you an invite to our Slack. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) • What do I need to know before showing up? Most of our attendees are working on projects or looking to get connected to a project. While a laptop isn’t required to participate, if you have one, we recommend bringing it. • Who is this event for? This event is for anyone looking to get involved in the civic tech space, applying their expertise to help solve social problems in Charlotte. • Do I need to be a coder? No! We welcome civic hackers of all varieties. Researchers, analysts, practitioners, designers, writers, photographers, have all contributed to Open Charlotte Brigade projects and organization. ENTRANCE AND PARKING: The entrance to Camp North end is at 1830 Statesville Ave. Once you're inside Camp North End: Follow signs for The Mount! Follow the driveway all the way down to the end. There will be shipping containers on your right, TURN RIGHT and then take your immediate LEFT JUST after the shipping containers. Follow that road around the bend and you'll see the 2nd area with patio furniture and lights. Park anywhere near there and look for the black and yellow building. We're in there! Still not sure? Check out this map: Are you interested in sponsoring an Open Charlotte Brigade event? We're actively looking for organizations to partner with for our events! Email us at [masked]. To keep up with Open Charlotte’s news and events, be sure to sign up for our newsletter at http://opencharlotte.org/newsletter As with all our events, we require attendees to follow our Code of Conduct. You can read about it at http://opencharlotte.org/code-of-conduct.

  • Community Night

    Hygge Coworking at Camp North End

    This is our community conversation night. We’ll get updates about our community, upcoming events and from our Community Ambassadors. Some nights we might have guest speakers (we’ll update the agenda if there is one). The end of the evening we’ll have a Leadership Conversation, where we ask you to join us in planning future Brigade events, communications and direction. Agenda: 7:00pm - Mix & Mingling 7:30pm - Community Updates 8:30pm - Leadership Conversation You can find meeting notes here http://opencharlotte.org/notes Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) • What do I need to know before showing up? This is a casual event; We will spend the night talk about community opportunities and checking in with Community Ambassadors. While a laptop isn’t required to participate, if you have one, it might be useful. You don’t need to bring anything, just show up, grab a name tag, and join a conversation. • Who is this event for? This event is for anyone looking to get involved in the civic tech space, applying their expertise to help solve social problems in Charlotte. • Do I need to be a coder? No! We welcome civic hackers of all varieties. This is a social hour, we encourage newcomers to talk with people and explore where they can contribute their skills. Researchers, analysts, practitioners, designers, writers, photographers, have all contributed to Open Charlotte Brigade projects and organization. ENTRANCE AND PARKING: The entrance to Camp North end is at 1830 Statesville Ave. Once you're inside Camp North End: Follow signs for The Mount! Follow the driveway all the way down to the end. There will be shipping containers on your right, TURN RIGHT and then take your immediate LEFT JUST after the shipping containers. Follow that road around the bend and you'll see the 2nd area with patio furniture and lights. Park anywhere near there and look for the black and yellow building. We're in there! Still not sure? Check out this map: Are you interested in sponsoring an Open Charlotte Brigade event? We're actively looking for organizations to partner with for our events! Email us at [masked]. As with all our events, we require attendees to follow our Code of Conduct (http://opencharlotte.org/code-of-conduct). To keep up with Open Charlotte’s news and events, be sure to sign up for our newsletter at http://opencharlotte.org/newsletter

  • Open House Happy Hour

    Blue Blaze Brewing

    Come socialize with other members of Open Charlotte Brigade, meet some new people, and learn about leadership opportunities! This event is open to everyone - newcomers as well as veterans. Our Leadership Team members will be in attendance to answer any questions and make introductions! To make it easier to find us, we will be wearing Open Charlotte Brigade Stickers. If you want to learn about civic hacking and Open Charlotte Brigade before coming out, check out our website for information and a list of active projects (http://brigade.opencharlotte.org), join the Slack team, or reach out to us at [masked]. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) • What do I need to know before showing up? This is a casual event; you can come at any time. If you can only come for part of it, that’s okay! The night is what you make of it. You don’t need to bring anything, just show up, grab a name tag, and join a conversation. • Who is this event for? This event is for anyone looking to get involved in the civic tech space, applying their expertise to help solve social problems in Charlotte. • Do I need to be a coder? No! We welcome civic hackers of all varieties. This is a social hour, we encourage newcomers to talk with people and explore where they can contribute their skills. Researchers, analysts, practitioners, designers, writers, photographers, have all contributed to Open Charlotte Brigade projects and organization. Are you interested in sponsoring an Open Charlotte Brigade event? We're actively looking for organizations to partner with for our events! Email us at [masked]. As with all our events, we require attendees to follow our Code of Conduct (http://opencharlotte.org/code-of-conduct).

  • Project Night

    Hygge Coworking at Camp North End

    This is our “break out” meeting. Meaning that we are generally grouped into teams working on projects. You will have the opportunity to learn more about what we do through a quick orientation, get connected to a project, discuss how to start your own project or connect with our leadership team. You can learn more about our projects at http://brigade.opencharlotte.org. If you create a profile you can connect to a project and we’ll email you an invite to our Slack. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) • What do I need to know before showing up? Most of our attendees are working on projects or looking to get connected to a project. While a laptop isn’t required to participate, if you have one, we recommend bringing it. • Who is this event for? This event is for anyone looking to get involved in the civic tech space, applying their expertise to help solve social problems in Charlotte. • Do I need to be a coder? No! We welcome civic hackers of all varieties. Researchers, analysts, practitioners, designers, writers, photographers, have all contributed to Open Charlotte Brigade projects and organization. ENTRANCE AND PARKING: The entrance to Camp North end is at 1830 Statesville Ave. Once you're inside Camp North End: Follow signs for The Mount! Follow the driveway all the way down to the end. There will be shipping containers on your right, TURN RIGHT and then take your immediate LEFT JUST after the shipping containers. Follow that road around the bend and you'll see the 2nd area with patio furniture and lights. Park anywhere near there and look for the black and yellow building. We're in there! Still not sure? Check out this map: Are you interested in sponsoring an Open Charlotte Brigade event? We're actively looking for organizations to partner with for our events! Email us at [masked]. To keep up with Open Charlotte’s news and events, be sure to sign up for our newsletter at http://opencharlotte.org/newsletter As with all our events, we require attendees to follow our Code of Conduct. You can read about it at http://opencharlotte.org/code-of-conduct.

  • Community Night

    Hygge Coworking at Camp North End

    This is our community conversation night. We’ll get updates about our community, upcoming events and from our Community Ambassadors. Some nights we might have guest speakers (we’ll update the agenda if there is one). The end of the evening we’ll have a Leadership Conversation, where we ask you to join us in planning future Brigade events, communications and direction. Agenda: 7:00pm - Mix & Mingling 7:30pm - Community Updates 8:30pm - Leadership Conversation You can find meeting notes here http://opencharlotte.org/notes Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) • What do I need to know before showing up? This is a casual event; We will spend the night talk about community opportunities and checking in with Community Ambassadors. While a laptop isn’t required to participate, if you have one, it might be useful. You don’t need to bring anything, just show up, grab a name tag, and join a conversation. • Who is this event for? This event is for anyone looking to get involved in the civic tech space, applying their expertise to help solve social problems in Charlotte. • Do I need to be a coder? No! We welcome civic hackers of all varieties. This is a social hour, we encourage newcomers to talk with people and explore where they can contribute their skills. Researchers, analysts, practitioners, designers, writers, photographers, have all contributed to Open Charlotte Brigade projects and organization. ENTRANCE AND PARKING: The entrance to Camp North end is at 1830 Statesville Ave. Once you're inside Camp North End: Follow signs for The Mount! Follow the driveway all the way down to the end. There will be shipping containers on your right, TURN RIGHT and then take your immediate LEFT JUST after the shipping containers. Follow that road around the bend and you'll see the 2nd area with patio furniture and lights. Park anywhere near there and look for the black and yellow building. We're in there! Still not sure? Check out this map: Are you interested in sponsoring an Open Charlotte Brigade event? We're actively looking for organizations to partner with for our events! Email us at [masked]. As with all our events, we require attendees to follow our Code of Conduct (http://opencharlotte.org/code-of-conduct). To keep up with Open Charlotte’s news and events, be sure to sign up for our newsletter at http://opencharlotte.org/newsletter

  • Project Night

    Hygge Coworking at Camp North End

    This is our “break out” meeting. Meaning that we are generally grouped into teams working on projects. You will have the opportunity to learn more about what we do through a quick orientation, get connected to a project, discuss how to start your own project or connect with our leadership team. You can learn more about our projects at http://brigade.opencharlotte.org. If you create a profile you can connect to a project and we’ll email you an invite to our Slack. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) • What do I need to know before showing up? Most of our attendees are working on projects or looking to get connected to a project. While a laptop isn’t required to participate, if you have one, we recommend bringing it. • Who is this event for? This event is for anyone looking to get involved in the civic tech space, applying their expertise to help solve social problems in Charlotte. • Do I need to be a coder? No! We welcome civic hackers of all varieties. Researchers, analysts, practitioners, designers, writers, photographers, have all contributed to Open Charlotte Brigade projects and organization. ENTRANCE AND PARKING: The entrance to Camp North end is at 1830 Statesville Ave. Once you're inside Camp North End: Follow signs for The Mount! Follow the driveway all the way down to the end. There will be shipping containers on your right, TURN RIGHT and then take your immediate LEFT JUST after the shipping containers. Follow that road around the bend and you'll see the 2nd area with patio furniture and lights. Park anywhere near there and look for the black and yellow building. We're in there! Still not sure? Check out this map: Are you interested in sponsoring an Open Charlotte Brigade event? We're actively looking for organizations to partner with for our events! Email us at [masked]. To keep up with Open Charlotte’s news and events, be sure to sign up for our newsletter at http://opencharlotte.org/newsletter As with all our events, we require attendees to follow our Code of Conduct. You can read about it at http://opencharlotte.org/code-of-conduct.