The Adams Hub for Innovation is located at 111 West Proctor St.
After several months of limited access due to pandemic restrictions, Adams Hub for Innovation is again opening to the public. To celebrate, they’re hosting a community and business networking event from 4-7 p.m., on Thursday.
The open-house will include food and drink, a live band, facility tours, an art show, a mini business expo, and a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Mayor Lori Bagwell will preside at the ribbon cutting.
Located at 111 W. Proctor St., the two-story facility features meeting and event space, office space, workshop areas, and a business library. Hub directors also took advantage of their pandemic closure to add several new features, including smart boards in every conference and training space, video production capabilities and a podcast room.
“The feedback on our building revitalization has been overwhelmingly positive,” said Steve Neighbors, a Hop & Mae Adams Foundation trustee. Hop & Mae Adams is the major financial supporter of Adams Hub.
Beyond new building features, the hub is also launching new free or small-fee summer workshops to support entrepreneurs.
“(Local partners) are working with Adams Hub to fill up our summer calendar with worthwhile sessions and workshops,” said Elaine Barkdull-Spencer, director of THE STUDIO @ Adams Hub.
For information on the reopening event and upcoming workshops, call Adams Hub for Innovation at 775-222-0001 or visit the Adams Hub Facebook page.
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