Enjoy Drinks Music At UPPN

Dated: March 14 2017

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Raise your glass!

Starting this Friday, Visit Philly teams up with the folks behind the Urban Philly Professional Network (UPPN) for a series of networking happy hours at cultural institutions around town.

UPPN’s traveling happy hours are already a popular event among urban professionals in Philadelphia. This spring, the group teams up with Visit Philly for pop-up mixers on three upcoming Fridays — Friday, March 17 at the Institute of Contemporary Art; Friday, April 21 at the Kimmel Center; and Friday, May 19 at the opening-soon Museum of the American Revolution.

All happy hours run from 6 to 9 p.m. and include access to music, drinks, snacks and the chance to mingle with like-minded professionals in a range of fields.

Those interested in attending are encouraged to register online in advance. Guests who register in advance receive complimentary admission to the happy hours; admission at the door is $10 per person. Click here to register online and score free admission.

The post Enjoy Drinks, Music, Networking And More At The UPPN Spring Happy Hour Series appeared first on Uwishunu – Philadelphia Blog About Things to Do, Events, Restaurants, Food, Nightlife and More.

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