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DC Connect Networking Happy Hour with Young Winos of DC & NxGen International Security Network

Join us for drinks, fun, networking, socializing, all for a good cause!

Thank you all for joining our past events at Blackfinn and MadHatter. Please join our July Networking happy hour co-hosted with the Young Winos of DC and the NxGen International Security Network!!!

What: DC Connect Monthly Charity
Happy Hour with Young Winos of DC and the NxGen International Security Network 
When: Thursday 23 July 2015 5pm-8pm
Where: Alba Osteria 425 I St NW (5 Minute walk from Gallery Place Metro (Red, Yellow Green) and 10 minute walk from Metro Center (Red, Orange, Blue, Silver))

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THE YOUNG WINOS OF WASHINGTON DC IS A GROUP FOR CAPITAL REGION WINOS WHO WANT TO MEET FELLOW WINE LOVERS AND EXPAND OUR KNOWLEDGE OF WINE THROUGH FUN, SOCIAL EVENTS AROUND TOWN. 

Started in 2010 by Jess Hagadorn, Young Winos of DC have been hosting and promoting social, educational, fun wine events around the DC Metro Area. Events range from social happy hours, wine education classes to trips to local wine country.

Oh, and that "Young" part is only in reference to our attitudes, not age! We're not stuffy wine snobs, just people who like to get together over some wine!

Join our Facebook group here!

NxGen ISN engages the next generation of international security professionals, in examining innovative solutions and pragmatic approaches to security challenges. 
NxGen ISN fills the gap and facilitates a pipeline for collaboration between the next generation to distinguished professionals, seeking innovation, collaboration, and public-private partnerships.

Some of our most recent events include:

— A conference on a 21st century concept of peace as defined by a lifetime warrior with former Navy SEAL Robert Dubois (Washington, D.C., 02/2013)

— A conference on “Who shapes space policy: millionaires or statesmen?” with the U.S. President of Arianespace Clay Mowry, the Director of the George Washington Space Policy Institute Scott Pace and A.C. Charania, Business Development Manager at Virgin Galactic (Washington, D.C., 10/2013)

— A screening of the film “Who Cares?” made by Mara Mourao and a discussion about whether social entrepreneurship is the future of capitalism (Washington, D.C., 11/2013)

For more information about our past events, visit our webpage: http://www.anaj-ihedn.org/author/unitedstates/

For more information about our next events, follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/NextGenFPN.

Proceeds benefit:

 Recommended donation: $10.00 at door or through Eventbrite

District Team Charities (formerly District Trust Charities) is a 501c3 nonprofit founded in 2005 to assist local charities in the DC community with fundraising and volunteer support. Our mission is simple, “making a difference, one event at a time.”

District Team Charities (DTC) was formed in 2005 by a group of young DC professionals who wanted to be proactive in raising funds for those in need. DTC’s board members, hosts and guests come from many different DC backgrounds including political Washington and the business, non-profit and diplomatic communities. 

Everyone involved shares a commitment to supporting District related entities that provide hope to those with various needs and challenges. We are an equal opportunity charity as each of our events benefits a new cause.

 See the history on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DistrictTeamCharities

DTC relaunched in 2014 in Strategic Partnership with the DC Connect Group

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Networking, Socializing and Connecting for an ever closer future

You don’t want to be exchanging business cards during a crisis…better to exchange them over drinks!

We are a cohort of rising professionals and entrepreneurs seeking fine food, good drinks, insightful conversation all over happy hour. Make your connections now and be ready to collaborate in the future.

Our goal is simple: Getting great people who do good things together

The core of DC Connect is the network of networks, organizations and associations.