‘Nerds in NoMa’ is a free speaker series that will let you explore your favorite nerdy topics, from transportation to beekeeping to local brewing.
On Tuesday, February 18, bring your happy hour crowd for a few drinks and learn about a day in the life of NPR Congressional reporter Alisa Chang.
Wine, beer and grilled cheese sandwiches will be available for purchase.
This is the final Nerds in NoMa this winter, and should not be missed!
Wine, beer and tasty light fare will be available for purchase.
Nerds in NoMa takes place in the Lobby Project at 1200 First Street, NE, a new hub of activity, where you can connect, learn, use free wifi and enjoy three rotating art exhibits curated by the Washington Project for the Arts. A three-month pilot project, the Lobby Project is the brainchild of Harriet Tregoning, Director of the DC Office of Planning, and is being implemented by the NoMa Business Improvement District. For more information visit www.nerdsinthelobby.com.