Posts tagged ‘Notre Dame’

Free Pizza. Free Inspiration. And Some Startup Chatter.

Innovation Park at Notre Dame (1400 E. Angela Blvd)  is hosting Tech Talk: How Tech, Art & Design Create Great Startups on Thursday, January 24th at 6pm. Co-Founder Moses Lee will share his experience of bringing Seelio “to life using innovative technologies and human-centered art and design principles.” Seelio is a venture-backed tech startup that “is a stage for college students to distinguish themselves and connect with companies.” This event is free and the organizers are providing free pizza, t-shirts and a plethora of “cool swag.” Need more reasons to go? I bet you’ll be INSPIRED! If you’re planning to go, help the organizers by RSVPing:


January 21, 2013 at 8:07 pm Leave a comment

Much Ado About Something

This weekend is full of activities that help great causes. Here are a few ways to consider getting involved:

I’m sure there are additional events happening. Share your favorites here!

September 14, 2012 at 8:48 am Leave a comment

Fabulous First Friday Fun!

There is much to do tonight in the Bend, so grab some friends and head downtown for the monthly First Friday activity: Art Alive! There is “Artists in Action” where artists will be creating custom art, in addition to a community art project and an ARTitecture hunt. It sounds like fun! Plus, there are so many great places to grab dinner downtown. Have you tried the new Cafe Navarre? Did I mention that there is music in the KeyBank plaza? For more about this DTSB event that begins at 5pm, check out their website:

Now if  the downtown festivities aren’t quite up your alley, then consider heading over to Eddy Commons for their Kickoff Concert Block Party. There is live music and, of course, all those dining establishments ready for you and your party. This event begins at 7pm.

What are your plans for tonight? Share your ideas here…

September 7, 2012 at 12:09 pm Leave a comment

10 Minutes for Innovation (…and maybe an iPad)

Have ten minutes to spare on Friday, June 15th? Then head over to the College Football Hall of Fame to support the Innovative Thinker’s Camp, a program that brings engineers, technicians and other innovation professionals to speak with our local students about the importance of innovation and entrepreneurship (and how it could apply to their future goals).

From 10am to 5pm on Friday, you will be able to participate in games, contests and competitions.  For every person that participates, Lincoln will make a donation to the Innovative Thinker’s Camp. Games include a mind teaser that tests your skills and ability to identify specific technology on a Lincoln vehicle.  Each participant will be timed to see how fast they can solve the puzzle.  The winning time will receive a new Apple iPad3.

For more information about this pilot youth program, check out ND’s website:

June 14, 2012 at 11:30 pm 1 comment

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