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The Good Beans Cafe shared an The Listening Party! Book Release.. ...

Come to "The Listening Party! Book Release" for "One Song Can Change the World" by Glen Birdsall and Paul Counelis. This will be your first chance to buy the book as well as experience readings from the book, commentaries on selected passages, and stories of how and why we wrote the book. This is going to be SUPER unique and interactive...and we would love to see you there! Music will be in the air, art will be discussed, and love will be present.

The Listening Party! Book Release.

December 2, 2016, 6:00pm - December 2, 2016, 8:00pm

The Good Beans Cafe

Come to "The Listening Party! Book Release" for "One Song Can Change the World" by Glen Birdsall and Paul Counelis. This will be your first chance to buy the book as well as experience readings from the book, commentaries on selected passages, and stories of how and why we wrote the book. This is going to be SUPER unique and interactive...and we would love to see you there! Music will be in the air, art will be discussed, and love will be present.

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Here is a picture of our soon to be controversial to go holiday cup. Nothing is the new something. ...

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People are teaming up to fix stuff instead of throwing it away. Like ATTN: Video on Facebook.

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The Good Beans Cafe shared The University Avenue Corridor's . ...

UPCOMING EVENTS, WORKSHOPS, & WEBINARS Monday, November 28 1) Light Up University Avenue Kickoff! 5:00pm - 6:30pm | University Square | Free Event Join the University Avenue Corridor Coalition at University Square to kick off the holiday lighting contest with hot chocolate, pastries, music, lights, and more! The contest runs from November 28 - January 2nd. 2) Pop Up Restaurant at The Good Beans Cafe 5:00pm - 8:00pm | The Good Beans Cafe 3) Bicycle Tune Up & Winterization Workshop(s) 5:00pm - 8:00pm | The Good Beans Cafe, Anteroom | Free Event, Tune Ups for $45.00 Led by Recycle Bike Shop & Mobile Bike Repair, the session covers how to ride one's bike all year long, and what kind of care goes into bike maintenance for over the winter. From there they plan on touching base on how to fix a flat properly, fix a chain and basic tune ups to help make this winter a piece of cake. Tuesday, November 29 1) GivingTuesday To find a list of local participating organizations to support use the "What's Happening Near Me" search on the Giving Tuesday website (www.givingtuesday.org/node/214). You can also use social media to search #givingtuesday or #givingtuesday2016 to find participating organizations. 2) Plan4Health: Sustainability with Active Living by Design 2:00pm - 2:30pm | Webinar | Free Event What do you do when funding for a project ends? How do you keep partners engaged? How do you maintain momentum? Please join the Plan4Health community for a discussion of sustainability. Special guest Risa Wilkerson, Executive Director of Active Living By Design, will share her perspective on sustaining projects and partners–and will provide recommendations for planners and public health professionals to consider. Register here: tiny.cc/o616gy 3) Urban Design Session w/ Activist Architecture and Design Studio (LTU) 4:00pm - 5:00pm | Kettering University, Campus Center | Free Event | RSVP by emailing twyatt@kettering.edu An open discussion with Lawrence Technological University students Dan Adamczyk and Jillian McFadden about future development between Begole and North Grand Traverse, and Fifth and University Avenue. Participate in a quick programmatic mapping exercise involving images and sticky notes. Wednesday, November 30 Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Training REGISTRATION IS CLOSED Thursday, December 1 Safe Routes to Healthy Food: Where Food Access and Active Travel Intersect 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Webinar | Free Event This webinar introduces the concept of Safe Routes to Healthy Food: the work of overcoming the transportation barriers to accessing nutritious foods. This webinar will make the case for why active transportation advocates and food access advocates can and should collaborate and provide examples of how communities across the country are working to make it easier, safer, and more convenient for people to walk, bike, or take transit to access healthy foods. This webinar is part of a regular series of free webinars brought to you by the Safe Routes to School National Partnership. Our webinar series focuses on topics related to Safe Routes to School, Complete streets, active places, and other policy and program initiatives that increase walking and bicycling to school and in daily life. Register here: tiny.cc/2716gy Monday, December 5 Small Scale Development Lecture 6:00pm - 8:30pm | Kettering University, Sunset Room | Free Event Jim Kumon, Executive Director of the Incremental Development Alliance and Monte Anderson, President of Options Real Estate Investments, Inc., Dallas TX will discuss how regular people are starting to rebuild cities and neighborhoods in small increments across the country. Agenda items include: Intro to to the Small Development Movement; Small Developer Business Models & Skill Sets; and How to cultivate neighborhoods. For additional details please call 762-9882 or email twyatt@kettering.edu Tuesday, December 6 1) Small Scale Real Estate Workshop 8:00am - 5:30pm | Kettering University, Sunset Room | Cost Varies Details and registration available here: tiny.cc/za26gy. Partial & Full scholarships are available for individuals working in development, real estate, builders, architecture, & construction. Email twyatt@kettering.edu if interested or to recommend an individual. 2) Health Data for City Leaders: Where to Find It, How to Use It, and Why It’s Important 1:00pm - 2:00pm | Webinar | Free Event The importance of data for city leaders when developing, analyzing, and evaluating policies and programs is clear. Please join the National League of Cities for this important web forum as we discuss ways cities can use data more efficiently to improve the health and well-being of all communities. You will be joined by experts from Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH) and Community Commons, who will share data tools and resources to support efforts to build a Culture of Health. Leaders from Seattle, Washington and Santa Monica, California will also share latest trends, best practices and lessons learned from their respective initiatives. Register here: tiny.cc/sc26gy Tuesday, December 7 Small Development Project Clinic 8:30am - 12:00pm | Location TBD - email twyatt@kettering.edu for details | Free Event The final component of the Small Scale Real Estate Workshop. Jim Kumon and Monte Anderson will provide technical assistance on development projects in Flint and Genesee County. Bring your project or proposed project, idea, or site information and talk specifics about getting your project. Monday, December 12 Pop Up Restaurant 5:00pm - 8:00pm | The Good Beans Cafe Tuesday, December 13 University Avenue Corridor Coalition December Meeting 12:00pm - 1:30pm | University of Michigan-Flint, Harding Mott University Center, Happenings Room Agenda: TBD

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Tonight! The Good Beans Cafe​ is hosting a pop up restaurant featuring Naan Pizzas! Share and invite your friends! This event is sponsored by: Kettering University, Michigan Youth Violence Prevention Center​, East Central Association of Realtors​, and Michigan Realtors​.

Pop Up Pizza Restaurant at The Good Beans Cafe

November 14, 2016, 5:00pm - November 14, 2016, 7:00pm

The Good Beans Cafe

Serving 3 types of naan pizzas Veggie Naan pizza Original naan Mozzarella Cheese Diced tomatoes Broccoli Herbs Garlic Naan pizza Garlic Naan Mozzarella cheese Sun dried tomatoes Proccuito Wheat naan Mozzarella cheese Pepperoni

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The Good Beans Cafe shared The University Avenue Corridor's Pop Up Pizza Restaurant at The Good Beans Cafe. ...

Serving 3 types of naan pizzas Veggie Naan pizza Original naan Mozzarella Cheese Diced tomatoes Broccoli Herbs Garlic Naan pizza Garlic Naan Mozzarella cheese Sun dried tomatoes Proccuito Wheat naan Mozzarella cheese Pepperoni

Pop Up Pizza Restaurant at The Good Beans Cafe

November 14, 2016, 5:00pm - November 14, 2016, 7:00pm

The Good Beans Cafe

Serving 3 types of naan pizzas Veggie Naan pizza Original naan Mozzarella Cheese Diced tomatoes Broccoli Herbs Garlic Naan pizza Garlic Naan Mozzarella cheese Sun dried tomatoes Proccuito Wheat naan Mozzarella cheese Pepperoni

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