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Twin Cities January Plug-In > Road to Conference

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Join WCR at Black Dog Café Lowertown for the first of 2019’s Road to Conference Plug-Ins!


Enjoy complimentary apps and happy hour pricing on libations ($2 off tap beers, house wine, select bottled beers) while you connect and reconnect with women in the industry, and hear about all of the exciting changes for WCR’s 2019 National Conference (April 27 – 29, 2019).


You don’t need to be a member to attend – in fact, we’ll hold a drawing for a free membership during the event. But, if it’s time to renew, membership is now just $25. Please RSVP to Program Director Jenny Jones or via our Facebook eventSharing the event is encouraged!


Special thanks to Sara and Stacy Remke of Black Dog Café, celebrating 20 years in Lowertown.


January 14
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Black Dog Cafe
308 East Prince Street, St. Paul, MN 55101 United States
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