At UTEC we are always interested in finding opportunities to meet and connect with new people here in the City of Lowell and beyond. Here are several such opportunities happening this week. We hope you can join us for one (or all) of them!
1. EAT for a Cause. This Thursday (May 18th) you are invited to come to Tavern in the Square, 900 Chelmsford Street, Lowell, for lunch, dinner, or a snack – and 15% of the proceeds will go to UTEC! That’s right, you can enjoy some fine food and support UTEC at the same time. If you plan to go, click here for the certificate to show your server. This offer is good all day and also for carry-out orders.
We want to thank our good friends at Kronos Incorporated for making this “Eat for a Cause” initiative possible! For more on Kronos and their serious commitment to corporate social responsibility, check out their GiveInspired program.
2. EXPLORE: At Doors Open Lowell. This Saturday (May 20th), from 10am to 1pm, UTEC’s historic building will be open to the public and all are welcome! Come tour UTEC’s wonderful LEED Platinum building to learn how this unique space is used for its many programs, rentals, and enrichment activities.
Celebrating its 16th anniversary, Doors Open Lowell is the community’s signature preservation, architecture, and design event. Presented as part of National Preservation Month, it’s a celebration of urban living and culture where people and preservation have made Lowell a creative and exciting place to live, work, and visit.
3. LOOK under the covers at UTEC Mattress Recycling. On Thursday (May 26th) at 1:00 pm, you are invited to join us for this special forum, hosted by The Boston Foundation at 75 Arlington Street, Boston. Special guest is Mass. Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs Matthew Beaton. Lunch will be provided by Café UTEC. RSVP by Friday, May 19 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Come learn about the world of mattress disposal and how UTEC is teaming up with the state and other institutional partners to divert tons of materials away from the waste stream. Together, we are changing the way our communities think about mattress disposal and about redefining the future for proven-risk young people.
Source: Lowell Sun