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Event Highlights: May 16 – 22, 2011

It’s a beautiful time to be in Philadelphia during the precious few weeks sandwiched between a rainy Spring and the inevitable Summer heatwave. Thanks to Mother Nature it should be especially easy to take an after-work stroll to our events this week. Up this week: Bring your “A” game to the SEO Pot Luck, grab some […]

It’s a beautiful time to be in Philadelphia during the precious few weeks sandwiched between a rainy Spring and the inevitable Summer heatwave. Thanks to Mother Nature it should be especially easy to take an after-work stroll to our events this week.
Up this week: Bring your “A” game to the SEO Pot Luck, grab some pizza and Python and get the low down on Philly’s own OC.
Note: Event Highlights finally has an email newsletter. Get all of the week’s events emailed to your inbox every Monday morning at 11 a.m by signing up here. It makes for wonderful lunch time reading.

SEO Pot Luck – Held at Triumph, SEO doesn’t need your tune casserole for its potluck. Instead the group asks that every that attends brings one idea for discussion. Though, if you show up with some sweet casserole, we think you’ll make friends quickly. Wednesday. 7:00 p.m. Old City. INFO.
PhillyPUG Meetup – Pizza, Python and great speakers. Is there anything else the Python enthusiast in your life could ever want? Come listen to test architect Peter Sody and be sure to stick around until the meetup group heads to the Prohibition Taproom for beers. Tuesday. 6:30 p.m. Center City. INFO.
Old City Creative Corridor Meeting: Aside from having the slickest meetup website in all of the city, the OCCC have been meeting monthly to help make the city’s first neighborhood  hotbed for creatives. Come listen to live jazz piano and a panel featuring Hilary Jay, founder of DesignPhiladelphia, Susan Miller Davis of the RDA’s One Percent for Art Program and Philadelphia’s chief cultural officer and director of the city’s Office of Arts Gary Steuer. Wednesday. 6:30 p.m. Old City. INFO.

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