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Make It Take It: A Creative Happy Hour at WMCAT

Join WMCAT for our creative happy hour, Make It Take It, on Thursday, October 17 from 6-9 pm for appetizers, drinks, music, and creative activities (where you can take home your creations!).
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West Michigan Center for Arts + Technology (WMCAT) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide a culture of opportunity for people to create social and economic progress in their lives and community.  Through afterschool and summer arts and technology programs, WMCAT engages high school students in creativity and civic engagement. WMCAT provides career training in medical coding, medical billing and pharmacy technician fields to under and unemployed adults. WMCAT also has two social enterprise businesses: Ambrose, a commercial screen printing business, and Public Agency, a design thinking consultancy. In 2018, the organization added a cyber hub that provides community-based cybersecurity resources and opportunities within the sector. Learn more at wmcat.org.

 

Treat yourself to an evening of fun and creativity – all while supporting equitable access to opportunity for families. Join WMCAT for our adults-only creative happy hour, Make It Take It, on Thursday, October 17 from 6-9 pm for appetizers, drinks, music from Grand Rapids Soul Club, and creative activities (where you can take home your creations!). This casual, high-energy event will be hosted in WMCAT's space on the Westside.

Make It Take It

presented by Consumers Energy

Thursday, October 17 from 6-9 pm

West Michigan Center for Arts + Technology

614 First St NW Suite 300

Grand Rapids, MI 49504

Tickets are $40 and include heavy appetizers, one drink ticket, and all activities – including the ever-popular screen printing with Ambrose at WMCAT. Grab a few friends, make it a date night, or gather your coworkers for a night of creativity and fun. 

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