If you missed our August event, we have another fantastic jointly hosted networking mixer scheduled this month!

CapSciComm Networking Social with
American Planning Association YPG, Urban Land Institute YLG, and ASLA EPG

Wednesday, September 25, 2019
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Bottle & Barlow
1120 R St, Sacramento, California 95811

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Please join us in Sacramento on September 25th for a happy hour with three important professional networks here in our region:

Each association will be represented by their respective young professionals/emerging professionals group — we thank Brooke Garcher and the APA Young Professionals Group for spearheading this informative mixer.

This will be a fun opportunity to network with other professionals in policy communication, urban design and planning, and land use development. With so many urban planning and land use issues facing our greater Sacramento region — climate adaptation, homelessness and health access, clean energy and transportation, flood hazards and water use — we’ll surely have many engaging conversations this evening!

As with all CapSciComm events, we invite everyone in our professional and student community to attend and cross-pollinate our great ideas and insights — whether you’re in journalism, public information, creative, policy, outreach, or scientific research.

BONUS EVENT: After you’re energized by land use and urban planning insights, head over to the Crest Theatre at 7:30 p.m. for a special film screening of “The Cat That Changed America” — the story of P-22, the mountain lion of Hollywood. Host Beth Pratt, California Director of the National Wildlife Federation, will be on hand to discuss efforts to construct a major wildlife crossing across Highway 101 in Los Angeles

Thank you all for being part of our amazing professional and student community — thank you for helping us #KeepScienceSpicy for California’s Capital Region!!