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Tuesday
Aug 27
Mentorship Fall-Kick Off : M.o.M Meet-up
King Road Branch Library

This Fall, Women of Toledo is re-branding its Speed Mentoring program with the goal for Mentor/Mentees to fully capitalize on the opportunity and ability to connect, communicate and collaborate with more women and leaders in our community.

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Thursday
Aug 29
Code and Coffee (Findlay)
Coffee Amici

Come drink coffee and talk about code (or code if you're ambitious).

Thursday
Aug 29
Women Economic Empowerment III: The Future of Work
United Way of Greater Toledo

Women Economic Empowerment Series Program, by Women of Toledo.

This session will analyze changes which are fundamentally altering the job market, including the type of jobs that will exist in the future and the skills that would be required for those jobs in Greater Toledo area.

Some 50% of the jobs in the current market will no longer exist in a few years due primarily to these rapid advances in innovation and technology.

With nearly one billion women entering the global economy in the next decade, they risk of losing out on tomorrow’s best job opportunities due to gender-based discrimination, stereotypes and social and cultural norms.

Similarly, diverse & generational challenges in the informal workforce could be even wider, while also creating and strengthening challenges of decent work opportunities in the formal workforce.

How is this going to impact women, what can companies and local businesses do to help them?

Saturday
Aug 31
CoderDojo Toledo [08/31]
Communica / AIGA

CoderDojo is a global movement of free, volunteer-led, community-based programming clubs for young people. At a Dojo, young people, between 7 and 17, learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and explore technology in an informal and creative environment.

In addition to learning to code, attendees meet like-minded people and are exposed to the possibilities of technology. Within the CoderDojo Movement, there is a focus on community, peer learning, youth mentoring and self-led learning, with an emphasis on showing how coding is a force for change in the world.

The Toledo Region's first CoderDojo meets every Saturday from noon to 3pm.

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Monday
Sep 2
Digital Marketing: 2-week bootcamp
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Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

Week 1 of "Digital Marketing 2 Week Bootcamp".

Learn how to acquire more customers and users on the internet by assessing their needs and utilizing digital advertising, search engine marketing, SEO, website landing pages, content marketing, and various email strategies. After this class you will be able to develop integrated marketing campaigns driven by data you can analyze leveraging Google Analytics, Google AdWords, and Facebook Ads Manager that deliver on key client metrics.

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Wednesday
Sep 4
BGSU Business Career Accelerator Open House
BGSU Business Administration Building

The BGSU (College of Business) Business Career Accelerator will host an open house, allowing students, employers, and alumni to visit our office, socialize with staff, talk to current students, and learn of our many events and resources, leading students to their dream career!

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Thursday
Sep 5
Code and Coffee (Findlay)
Coffee Amici

Come drink coffee and talk about code (or code if you're ambitious).

Thursday
Sep 5
Ask a Patent/Copyright/Trademark Attorney
Heatherdowns Branch Library

Attorneys will provide an overview of intellectual property, explain the differences between patents, trademarks and copyright, and be available to answer your questions.

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Friday
Sep 6
Adobe InDesign Level 1
Northwest State Community College

As the industry standard for page layout, mastering InDesign is necessity for those who desire to develop or advance a career in design layout for print or digital media. Even if you are already familiar with InDesign, our basic class will provide you with new skills to improve your workflow and greatly expand your knowledge.

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Monday
Sep 9
Allen Bradley SLC500 + 1 Day Micrologix Wiring
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Northwest State Community College

The Allen Bradley SLC500 is a family of small programmable controllers, discrete, analog, specialty I/O, and peripheral devices. They deliver power and flexibility with a wide range of communication configuration, features, and memory options.

The RSLogix 500 programming package helps you maximize performance, save project development time, and improve productivity. RSLogix 500 software can be used for programming both the SLC 500 and MicroLogix controller families.

Students will receive a basic understanding of SLC500 project, including an introductory look at routines, data table files, and addressing. An overview of RSLinx software and configuring communication drivers to allow the computer to communicate to the various processors will also be covered. At the end of this module students will be comfortable identifying SLC500 components and will be able to reload a program into the system. Fee $1,099

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Monday
Sep 9
MS 2016 Excel Beginner
Northwest State Community College

This course is intended to help all novice computer users get up to speed with Excel quickly. We will cover different features of the interface, show users how to print, cover some simple scenarios, and cover the basics of formatting.

Getting Started with Microsoft Excel 2016 In this lesson, students will learn how to identify the elements of the Excel interface, create a basic worksheet, and use the help system.

Performing Calculations This lesson covers how to create formulas in a worksheet, insert functions in a worksheet, and reuse formulas.

Modifying a Worksheet Next, students will learn how to manipulate data, as well as how to insert, manipulate, and delete cells, columns, and rows. Searching for and replacing data and how to spell check a worksheet are also discussed.

Formatting a Worksheet This lesson covers how to modify fonts, add borders and colors to cells, apply number formats, align cell contents, and apply cell styles.

Printing Workbook Contents In this lesson, students will learn how to define the basic page layout for a workbook, refine the page layout, and apply print options.

Managing Large Workbooks This lesson will teach students how to format worksheet tabs, manage worksheets, and manage the view of worksheets and workbooks.

Customizing the Excel Environment In this final lesson, students will learn how to customize general, language, formula, proofing, and saving options. It also covers how to use Excel's version control features, customize the ribbon and the Quick Access toolbar, enable add-ins, and customize advanced and Trust Center options. Fee $179

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Monday
Sep 9
Digital Marketing: 2-week bootcamp
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Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

Week 2 of "Digital Marketing 2 Week Bootcamp".

Learn how to acquire more customers and users on the internet by assessing their needs and utilizing digital advertising, search engine marketing, SEO, website landing pages, content marketing, and various email strategies. After this class you will be able to develop integrated marketing campaigns driven by data you can analyze leveraging Google Analytics, Google AdWords, and Facebook Ads Manager that deliver on key client metrics.

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Monday
Sep 9
Planning & Cultivating Design Systems (Detroit)
College for Creative Studies, A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education (Detroit)

Join Michigan UXPA for our contribution to Detroit Month of Design and learn a systematic framework to plan, promote, and launch a design system as well as how to create buy-in for one throughout a company’s culture.

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Tuesday
Sep 10
NWNUG Code & Coffee
Panera Bread, Fremont Pike

NWNUG will be doing the 2nd Tuesday morning every month.

Very casual. Just show up and talk tech, cowork, or just hang out.

Tuesday
Sep 10
Square One Startup Toolbox Workshops
BGSU at Levis Commons

We are excited to announce the second round of Square One Startup Toolbox Workshops presented by BGSU and NextTech.

This free workshop will introduce you to the most effective startup toolbox available.

Team members and business partners are welcome to attend.

(There are 2 dates and sessions to choose from. Please select the one that works best in your schedule.)

This program is facilitated by Molly Thompson who has co-founded multiple startups and has coached dozens of companies, individuals and organizations. Molly's real-life experience will help you build a solid foundation for your venture.

The 90-minute workshop was created to answer the questions that every entrepreneur must know to build a viable startup:

  • What does it really take to create a successful venture? What is the Business Model Canvas?
  • Understanding the value proposition: What is the value you provide with your product or service?
  • What problem does it solve for your customers?
  • Understanding your customer: Who is your customer? How do you know? Are you sure?
  • How do you know if you’ve succeeded?
  • What’s next?
Wednesday
Sep 11
MS 2016 Access Beginner
Northwest State Community College

Access is Microsoft's flagship database application that allows you to create and manage databases for all sorts of different purposes. This new version of Access incorporates a few new features and connectivity options in order to make databases more accessible to the everyday user.

This course is intended to help all novice computer users get up to speed quickly. It will also help more experienced users who have little to no experience with Microsoft Access and databases in general.

Getting Started with Access In the first lesson, students will learn how to orient themselves with Microsoft Access 2016, create a simple Access database, and get help in Microsoft Access.

Working with Table Data Next, students will learn how to modify table data, work with, sort and filter records, and how to create lookups.

Querying a Database This lesson covers how to join data from different tables in a query, sort and filter data in a query, and perform calculations in a query.

Creating Advanced Queries In this lesson, students will learn how to create parameter queries, action queries, unmatched queries, and duplicate queries. They will also learn how to summarize data with queries.

Generating Reports Creating reports, adding controls to a report, enhancing the appearance of a report, and preparing a report for print are all covered in this lesson.

Customizing the Access Environment Next, students will learn about the Access Options dialog box.

Designing a Relational Database This lesson covers relational database design, creating a table, managing table fields, and creating table relationships.

Joining Tables Creating query joins, joining tables that have no common fields, relating data within a table, working with subdatasheets, and creating subqueries will be covered in this lesson.

Organizing a Database for Efficiency In this lesson, students will learn about data normalization and how to create a junction table.

Sharing Data Across Applications Next, importing data into Access, exporting Access data to text file formats, exporting Access data to Excel, and creating a mail merge will be covered.

Advanced Reporting This lesson covers how to organize report information, format reports, include charts in a report, add a calculated field to a report, and add a subreport to an existing report.

Additional Reporting Options In the final lesson, how to create a mailing label report and how to publish a report as a PDF will be covered. Fee $179

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Wednesday
Sep 11
Improving Productivity with the Microsoft Power Platform (NWo365UG)
HCR ManorCare

The Microsoft Power Platform enables users and organizations to analyze, act, and automate on the data to digitally transform their businesses. The Power Platform is comprised of three products – Power BI, PowerApps, and Flow. This overview session will highlight the core capabilities of the platform as well as integration points across Office 365.everal speakers lined up, and will publish the details once we determine who is speaking on which date.

Wednesday
Sep 11
Square One Startup Toolbox Workshops
BGSU at Levis Commons

We are excited to announce the second round of Square One Startup Toolbox Workshops presented by BGSU and NextTech.

This free workshop will introduce you to the most effective startup toolbox available.

Team members and business partners are welcome to attend.

(There are 2 dates and sessions to choose from. Please select the one that works best in your schedule.)

This program is facilitated by Molly Thompson who has co-founded multiple startups and has coached dozens of companies, individuals and organizations. Molly's real-life experience will help you build a solid foundation for your venture.

The 90-minute workshop was created to answer the questions that every entrepreneur must know to build a viable startup:

  • What does it really take to create a successful venture? What is the Business Model Canvas?
  • Understanding the value proposition: What is the value you provide with your product or service?
  • What problem does it solve for your customers?
  • Understanding your customer: Who is your customer? How do you know? Are you sure?
  • How do you know if you’ve succeeded?
  • What’s next?
Thursday
Sep 12
Code and Coffee (Findlay)
Coffee Amici

Come drink coffee and talk about code (or code if you're ambitious).

Thursday
Sep 12
Google Drive and Application Suite
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Fostoria Learning Center

Google Drive and its office productivity applications support both real-time and asynchronous collaboration to accommodate people working from various locations and at different times of day. You will learn the capabilities of document sharing through Google Drive and the basics of using Google's productivity applications Sheets, Docs and Slides. Fee $75

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Thursday
Sep 12
Jesup Scott Distinguished Lecture: Sunni Brown
Toledo Museum of Art

Sunni Brown is the author of The Doodle Revolution and is also known for her large-scale, live content visualizations. She is also the leader of the Doodle Revolution – a growing effort to debunk the myth that doodling is a distraction. Using common sense, experience, and neuroscience, Sunni is proving that to doodle is to ignite your whole mind. Her consultancy, BrightSpot I.D., specializes in visual thinking and information design. She was trained in graphic facilitation at the Grove Consultants International, a San Francisco-based company that pioneered the use of large-scale visuals in business settings. Sunni co-founded VizThink Austin, which under her leadership grew to be the nation's largest visual thinking community.

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Thursday
Sep 12
Reprap User Group
BiG Fab Lab

This is a meetup for all things RepRap and 3d printing related.

Interested in building, owning or using a RepRap or other 3d Printer? Come meet with others. Show off your own printer or printed project. Or just see what others are up to. Having difficulties? Find someone who can help or come help others yourself.

Thursday
Sep 12
Excel Basics
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Fostoria Learning Center

For the student who has no Excel experience. Offered over two sessions. Focus will be on creating a basic spreadsheet with data entry, formulas, formatting, and printing. Fee $75

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Saturday
Sep 14
Apple iOS 1-Day Bootcamp - Build an App
Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

Apple’s newest programming language Swift has made developing for the iPhone a possibility for beginners.

With the help of our iOS bootcamp, you’ll start on the path to developing mobile apps utilizing Cocoa Touch, and Swift.

This class is a 1 Day Bootcamp that will introduce you to the basics...the fundamentals of Swift, using XCode, iOS Simulator, building smart user Interfaces, storyboarding an app, and by the end of the course you’ll build a fully functional app to deploy on an iOS Device. The concepts you learn will kickstart you into iOS development and beyond.

Students will need a Macbook and/or Apple Device.

Thursday
Sep 19
TEDxToledo 2019
Bellwether

Each year, Toledo’s leading thinkers and doers gather for an event many describe as the highlight of the year.

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Thursday
Sep 19
PMI WLEC 2019 Professional Development Day
Pinnacle

Essentials of Agile – Learn about the foundations of Agile, its 12 Principles and the essential tools of Agile. Also discussed is the appropriate use of Agile / Iterative vs. Traditional / Waterfall project management.

Essentials of Recovering Troubled Projects – Knowing what to look for and outlining the necessary steps to stop the hemorrhaging and get the project back onto the path to success.

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Saturday
Sep 21
Toledo Mini Maker Faire
Festival Park, Downtown Toledo

The Toledo Mini Maker Faire will take place on Saturday, September 21, 2019 from Noon – 6 pm at Imagination Station.

The Arts Commission, in partnership with Imagination Station, is excited to host a new celebration of making in our community as part of the Momentum weekend.

Making or DIY (Do-It-Yourself) is often invisible in our communities, taking place in shops, garages and on kitchen tables. It’s typically out of the spotlight of traditional art, science or craft events. This event is an all-ages gathering of tech enthusiasts, educators, tinkerers, hobbyists, engineers, artists and students.

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Monday
Sep 23
Introduction to Siemens S7 Using S7-1200 Controllers
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Northwest State Community College

An Overview of operation, maintenance and troubleshooting of a Siemens PLC system. Designed for Engineering and Maintenance personnel. This 24 hour course was designed to make participants more effective troubleshooters on the Siemens S7-1200 PLC using the TIA Portal software. The students wil learn installation/replacement and how to program & troubleshoot the PLC hardware the first two days. The third day will focus on WinCC HMI software with project creation, communications, graphics, library and alarms. Fee $1,099

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Tuesday
Sep 24
LinkedIn as a Recruitment Tool
Northwest State Community College

LinkedIn as a Recruitment Tool will show you how to share you company culture, publicize job openings, and help your company stand out as an employer of choice. Strategies will include organic (non-paid) and paid options for recruitment. Fee $49

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Friday
Sep 27
Ready Set AIM Summit
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Hensville

The Ready, Set, AIM Summit will take place on Friday and Saturday, September 27 & 28, 2019 for the second year in the Toledo, OH region. Nestled in the beautiful bustling downtown Hensville district, this summit will create space for diverse women and allies in business, government, and entrepreneurship to come together in a unique setting to network and grow.

Sessions:

  • Keynote: Monique Rodriguez, Founder of Mielle Organics
  • entrePReneur: PRomote Your Business, PRoduce with Brands, PRotect Your Boundaries
  • Social Entrepreneurship: A Model for the Enterprising, Innovative Change Maker
  • Purpose to Profits: Using Digital Products to Increase Your Income
  • Developing Your Value Proposition- Set Yourself Apart from the Pack
  • Intentional Growth & Strategic Development to Turbo Boost Your Career
  • Becoming: I'm Here, Now What? Panel Discussion
  • Thriving in a Male-Centered Society
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Thursday
Oct 3
Ask a Patent/Copyright/Trademark Attorney
Toledo Lucas County Public Library, Main Branch

Attorneys will provide an overview of intellectual property, explain the differences between patents, trademarks and copyright, and be available to answer your questions.

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Tuesday
Oct 8
NWNUG Code & Coffee
Panera Bread, Fremont Pike

NWNUG will be doing the 2nd Tuesday morning every month.

Very casual. Just show up and talk tech, cowork, or just hang out.

Thursday
Oct 10
Reprap User Group
BiG Fab Lab

This is a meetup for all things RepRap and 3d printing related.

Interested in building, owning or using a RepRap or other 3d Printer? Come meet with others. Show off your own printer or printed project. Or just see what others are up to. Having difficulties? Find someone who can help or come help others yourself.

Friday
Oct 11
Toledo Infragard Tabletop Excercise

The Toledo Area Alliance of InfraGard is sponsoring a tabletop exercise and would like you to participate.

A tabletop exercise involves a diverse group of government and industry professionals in an informal setting, discussing a simulated situation. The intention of this type of exercise is to stimulate discussion of various issues regarding a hypothetical situation.

The information gathered can be used to assess plans, policies, and procedures or to assess types of systems needed to guide the prevention of, response to, and recovery from a defined event. Tabletop exercises are typically aimed at facilitating an understanding of concepts, identifying strengths and shortfalls, and/or achieving a change in attitude.

Participants are encouraged to discuss issues in depth and develop decisions through slow-paced problem solving rather than the rapid, spontaneous decision making that occurs under actual or simulated emergency conditions.

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Tuesday
Oct 15
GenCyber Teacher Resource Fair
Custom Training Solutions

As a follow up to our teacher camps this summer, we are looking for area computer professionals who want to network with educational institutions. Do you specialize in network security, cybersecurity, cyberbullying prevention, robotics, coding or other computer related field? We would be interested in having you involved in our resource fair. Teachers will have a chance to visit with you. Hands on demonstrations are encouraged. Contact Tami tnorris@northweststate.edu for details. No cost to participate!

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Thursday
Oct 24
Pitch & Pour 2019
Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

Northwest Ohio’s largest entrepreneurial business pitch competition, “Pitch & Pour” is happy to announce our annual competition will be held on Thursday, Oct 24th.

Pitch & Pour is a competition where startup companies compete for cash and business services and will have the opportunity to pitch their business ideas to the Toledo's entrepreneurial community.

Five fledgling tech companies will come to pitch their hearts out at the Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex for Launchpad Incubation's annual Pitch & Pour competition. We’ll have industry leaders, entrepreneurs and all the brightest minds in Toledo's tech scene.

Join us for an evening of product demos, expert advice, and invaluable networking. Enjoy drinks, snacks, and as much genius you can handle.

Apply to pitch (deadline is September 17): https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdqeisHT7-qnU69_jN3E2KTgKXOV8qIijho7byUOcgT1F7eWg/viewform

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Tuesday
Oct 29
Small Business Resource Day
Toledo Lucas County Public Library, Main Branch

Resources available for Start-Up and Growing Businesses

The Small Business Resource Days will also include several workshops designed to help small business owners enhance their financial skills.

The Small Business Resource Days feature a Small Business Resource Center, including representatives from financial institutions and community partners available to meet one-on-one with current and aspiring entrepreneurs, introducing and explaining the various programs and services available to help them achieve their small business.

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Thursday
Nov 7
ProMedica Innovations Summit
Renaissance Toledo Downtown Hotel

At the sixth annual ProMedica Innovations Summit, we will examine the revolutionary changes in healthcare and give you a glimpse of the technology enabled innovations that are impacting the care in your area.

We're bringing together leaders in the areas of healthcare, tech and entrepreneurship for a day of inspiration and connectivity. The future is now! Don't miss one of Northwest Ohio's largest innovation events.

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Thursday
Nov 7
BGSU Computer Science 50th Anniversary Celebration
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BGSU Student Union

The BGSU Department of Computer Science is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2019. There will be several special events including a keynote address for the public and a full-day program for our alumni, current and past faculty and students.

Among the scheduled events are a public keynote address on Thursday, Nov. 7, 2019, featuring Dr. Alex Aiken, the Alcatel-Lucent Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University, and an all-day program on Friday, Nov. 8 for alumni of the computer science program.

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Thursday
Nov 7
Ask a Patent/Copyright/Trademark Attorney
Toledo Lucas County Public Library, Main Branch

Attorneys will provide an overview of intellectual property, explain the differences between patents, trademarks and copyright, and be available to answer your questions.

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Tuesday
Nov 12
NWNUG Code & Coffee
Panera Bread, Fremont Pike

NWNUG will be doing the 2nd Tuesday morning every month.

Very casual. Just show up and talk tech, cowork, or just hang out.

Thursday
Nov 14
Diving Deeper: Exploring the Foundation Directory
Toledo Lucas County Public Library, Main Branch

Learn the specifics about searching for grants through the Foundation Directory Online database.

Presented by David Topoleski, Toledo-Lucas County Public Library

To win grants, you need the most up-to-date, complete information you can get about grantmakers and the grants they've made. How can you get that? Only from the comprehensive database and powerful search tools Foundation Directory Online offers. David Topoleski, of the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library, will provide an overview of the directory, run sample searches, and answer questions to help grant-seekers understand this valuable tool available for use through the Library.

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Thursday
Nov 14
Reprap User Group
BiG Fab Lab

This is a meetup for all things RepRap and 3d printing related.

Interested in building, owning or using a RepRap or other 3d Printer? Come meet with others. Show off your own printer or printed project. Or just see what others are up to. Having difficulties? Find someone who can help or come help others yourself.

Saturday
Nov 16
Code IT for Adults
King Road Branch Library

Have you ever wanted to learn how coding works? This class will take you step-by-step through the process. Come explore coding in an adult intro class.

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Wednesday
Nov 20
Microsoft Ignite Recap (NWo365UG)
TBD

Microsoft Ignite is a once a year conference where Microsoft reveals many of its latest technical announcements for products like Office. Join us for a panel of Ignite attendees that demonstrate the cool things they learned.

Tuesday
Dec 3
Business Boost: Lunch and Learn
Holland Branch Library

Businesses need an edge over the competition. The business that works smarter often gets ahead. Learn about Library resources that can give you an advantage. Bring your lunch, laptop or mobile device.

The Library has electronic databases that an owner can use to build targeted lists of prospective customers and that can help businesses learn how their competitive peers are performing. Using American Business/Reference USA/One Source and Mergent either at the Library or from the office or home computer, business owners can get valuable information quickly. Bring your lunch; coffee and tea provided. Feel free to bring your mobile device or laptop of you'd like to follow along.

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Thursday
Dec 5
Ask a Patent/Copyright/Trademark Attorney
Toledo Lucas County Public Library, Main Branch

Attorneys will provide an overview of intellectual property, explain the differences between patents, trademarks and copyright, and be available to answer your questions.

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Monday
Dec 9
Blockland Solutions (Cleveland)
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Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland

Blockland Solutions is returning to Cleveland after a highly successful, sold-out 2018 inaugural event.

Unlike any other event of its kind, Solutions doesn’t just talk about what could be: it focuses on what is happening now.

Solutions is an opportunity for change-makers, solution-providers and business leaders to come together to solve real-world problems with practical solutions using blockchain and emerging technologies.

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Tuesday
Dec 10
NWNUG Code & Coffee
Panera Bread, Fremont Pike

NWNUG will be doing the 2nd Tuesday morning every month.

Very casual. Just show up and talk tech, cowork, or just hang out.

Thursday
Dec 12
Reprap User Group
BiG Fab Lab

This is a meetup for all things RepRap and 3d printing related.

Interested in building, owning or using a RepRap or other 3d Printer? Come meet with others. Show off your own printer or printed project. Or just see what others are up to. Having difficulties? Find someone who can help or come help others yourself.

Tuesday
Jan 7, 2020
CodeMash 2020
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Kalahari Resort

CodeMash 2020 will be Tuesday, 7 January to Friday, 10 January, 2020.

Pre-compiler Tue & Wed. Main conference Thu & Fri.

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Tuesday
Jan 14, 2020
NWNUG Code & Coffee
Panera Bread, Fremont Pike

NWNUG will be doing the 2nd Tuesday morning every month.

Very casual. Just show up and talk tech, cowork, or just hang out.

Monday
Apr 20, 2020
BGSU E-Week
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BGSU

E-Week | April 20-24, 2020

  • Paul J. Hooker Center Hall of Fame (by invitation only) - April 22
  • HatchTonight & The Hatch - April 23
  • Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship - April 24
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