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Ticketleap invites you to Dîner en Sweatpants [Events Roundup]

Plus: Philly New Tech Meetup comes around again.


While you could always “dîner en sweatpants” at your house, Ticketleap asks: why not do it in Clark Park?

Also: Tickets for the annual Barcamp Philly, held in November, will go on sale in the next few weeks. Be the first to know by signing up here.


Philly New Tech Meetup
Demos from startups Beacon & Lively and Curbside Care, plus a talk from AWeber content marketing manager Lynette Young.
Wednesday, Aug. 20
6:15 p.m.
Quorum at the Science Center. 3711 Market Street, 8th Floor. University City.
RSVP. Free.


Ticketleap presents Dîner en Sweatpants
As part of its new focus on creating community through events, Ticketleap is hosting one event a month. This month: a “big middle finger to those other Dîner’s lets you wear whatever the hell you want,” as Philly Mag puts it. BYO food and drink and dine with the great unwashed.
Thursday, Aug. 21
5:30-8:30 p.m.
Clark Park, 43rd Street & Baltimore Avenue. West Philly.
RSVP. Free. (If you register, you get a free gift.)


A double threat: behavioral psychology and technology
Matt Wallaert
, behavior scientist at Bing/Microsoft, returns to Venturef0rth to explain how to incorporate behavioral psychology into product development.
Monday, Aug. 18
6-8 p.m.
Venturef0rth, 417 N. 8th St., 2nd Floor. Callowhill.
RSVP. Free.

Companies: Beacon & Lively / AWeber / Ticketleap

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