PROJECTY COWORK NEWS
Community encouraged to work together at Bathtub Row Brewing Co-op outdoor patio, following COVID-safe guidelines
projectY cowork Los Alamos announced today that it will co-host a free coworking day on Monday, Aug. 10 at the outdoor patio of Bathtub Row Brewing Co-op to celebrate the International Day of Coworking. The community is encouraged to participate in this day, which promotes working solo (but not alone), from 12-4 p.m. while also supporting other local businesses.
“The event is open to the community for all who are working remotely during this time,” said Christina McCormick, manager at projectY cowork. “In a time of mandatory social distancing and other restrictions around work and community activities, it can be an immensely lonely time for many people. We want to bring the community together in a safe way to work solo, but not alone during this time. So bring your laptop and your action items for the day and join us for a special outdoor coworking day!”
All participants will be physically distanced, in line with COVID-safe guidelines, and should wear a mask if not eating or drinking. Participants will also receive discounted alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages during the event, as well as a coupon for a discounted drink at Boese Brothers Brewpub. Purchase of an alcoholic beverage is not required to participate in the coworking day.
projectY cowork Los Alamos is located across the parking lot of Bathtub Row Brewing, and is currently open to members and those who drop-in on a day pass or punchcard. The space is currently operating at 25% capacity in line with state guidelines. It has a small conference room; private, ventilated and soundproof phone booth; and both open seating and dedicated desks. It has a rigorous cleaning schedule and protocols, details of which can be found on the website at projectYLosAlamos.com.
For questions about this event or coworking, contact projectY cowork at 505-661-4862 or email@example.com.
About projectY cowork Los Alamos
Since its inception in June 2016, projectY cowork has hosted hundreds of entrepreneurial events attracting individuals from across Northern New Mexico. In addition to various membership options and punchcard passes to the workspace, projectY also allows non-members to reserve its 10-person conference room and event space for after-hours and weekend use. project cowork is an initiative between Los Alamos Commerce & Development Corporation, Los Alamos County, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) Feynman Center for Innovation, Regional Development Corporation (RDC) and Triad, LLC. For more information, visit www.projectYLosAlamos.com.