A Jazzy South End Social on Thursday

Join SEABA this Thursday April 19th, from 5:30 – 7:30pm for a jazz-themed social, sponsored by VCAM. Enjoy networking, door prizes, food by Chef’s Corner, cash bar by Drink!, and a live jazz performance by Project Organ Trio!

The folks from Burlington Discover Jazz Festival will be on hand to talk about their upcoming festival taking place June 1-10.

Bring your business cards for great door prizes from Gordon’s Window Decor and more!

$5/members, $10/non-members at the door

Renew your membership at the event, or go online to check out the new list of benefits and the 2012 SEABA Membership Form.
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SEABA Brown Bag Lunch Series

SEABA Brown Bag Lunch Series:
This Wednesday, April 18th
12:00 – 1:00

In our continuing pursuit to provide FREE, quality programs for SEABA members and our South End community…our April Brown Bag Lunch Series features conversation with Steve Densham, Area Business Advisor from the Vermont Small Business Development Center.

Have a question about your existing small business, or starting one? Steve will be here to answer questions about business plans, funding, marketing and much more on Wednesday, April 18th.

Chocolate is generously provided by Lake Champlain Chocolates.

So pack a lunch, and we’ll see you at the next Brown Bag Lunch at The SEABA Center, located at 404 Pine Street, next to Fresh Market!

Art in April @ The SEABA Center

The SEABA Center is pleased to present, ‘Inside the Box‘, an exhibit that showcases the work of the diverse and talented artists of The Box Studio, located above Great Harvest Bread here on Pine Street. The exhibit runs April 6 – 27, gallery hours are M – F from 9 – 5pm.

Also at 404 Pine Street this month:
The Davis Studio Gallery is featuring the work of their own Teresa Davis in, “Mermaids and Other Sisters of the Sea”
The SEABA Center also hosts the work of Johanne Durocher Yordan with her series, “Transistions”

Lots to see in one place! The South End Arts District has so much to offer as well, you can see a complete listing of First Friday gallery openings online at Art Map Burlington.com.

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