Spend an afternoon on N3rd Street this week for our outdoor science and tech demo event, Innovation in the Park. Speaking of N3rd Street, it’s a big week for the crew in Old City with two events, including a communal N3rd Street lunch and the second gathering, where you can join groups who will work on projects to improve the corridor. See ’em here.
Also: Head to Kensington art collective Little Berlin tonight for a free screening of The Internet’s Own Boy, the documentary about late Reddit cofounder Aaron Swartz. RSVP here. The annual Wharton Web Conference is this week, too. Get last minute tickets for the Tuesday event.
Technical.ly Philly presents Innovation in the Park
Our big summer event is like an outdoor music festival, but with drones, robots and blood splatter. At the event, you’ll see demos from local science and tech leaders.
Thursday, 3:30-6 p.m. Liberty Lands. 3rd and Poplar.
Northern Liberties. RSVP. Free.
Philly Meetup for the Blind and Visually Impaired
In the first meeting of this new group, share ideas with others about how the group should proceed. Assistive technology advocate Austin Seraphin is one of the co-organizers.
Tuesday, 6-8 p.m. Philly Tour Hub, 229 Arch Street.
Old City. RSVP. Free.
#ALDIALive Presents Local Companies Making a Global Impact
Bilingual newspaper Al Dia is celebrating the launch of its new website with a panel on how local businesses are making an impact in media, manufacturing and technology. Curalate marketing head Brendan Lowry will be on the panel.
Wednesday, 11:30-1:30 p.m. The Briefing Room at the Apple Store. 1607 Walnut Street. 2nd Floor.
Center City. RSVP to rsvp AT skaibluemedia.com. Free.
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