Get Konnected!: A Taste of Ethnic Boston

Get Konnected!: A Taste of Ethnic Boston
Event on 2015-07-28 17:30:00
WHAT:                       Get Konnected! in partnership with the Rose Kennedy Greenway will host its 2nd Annual Summer Soiree: taste of Ethnic Boston showcasing some of Boston‘s most exotic ethnic restaurants and cuisines including foods from around the world as well as celebrating public art. WHO:                          Lucas Cowan, the Public Art Curator of the Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy, wil share his thoughts on the internationally renowned local artist Janet Echelman and her monumental aerial sculpture As If It Were Already Here, currently on exhibit over the Rose Kennedy Greenway. WHEN:                     Tuesday, July 28th 2014 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. WHERE:                   Harborside Inn Hotel,  185 State St, Boston, MA 02108 MUSIC:                    Featuring LIVE Caribbean Steel-band Music by Justin A. Petty   About Get Konnected!  Launched in March 2008, Get Konnected! is the brainchild of Colette A. M. Phillips, President and CEO of Colette Phillips Communications, Inc. and creator of Kaleidoscope, Boston’s first comprehensive multicultural resource guide.  Colette brings her platform to new heights as she champions diversity through extensive public relations. Get Konnected! is Boston’s premiere bi-monthly networking event that brings together urban and international professionals, business executives, and entrepreneurs from various cultures. Its goal is to enrich professional development and forge new business and social relationships, making Boston a more diverse and inclusive city. These bi-monthly events provide exposure to a broad spectrum of ideas and validate the contributions people of diverse cultural backgrounds are making to world. WCVB TV 5 Chronicle featured Get Konnected! and stated that it is “Boston’s Most Colorful Networking Event”.

at The Emerald Lounge
200 Stuart St
Boston, United States

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