Next Member Social:

Member Social – Thunder Bay Art Gallery

September 18 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Thunder Bay Art Gallery
1080 Keewatin St
Thunder Bay, Canada

Member Socials are graciously sponsored by Chamber Member Business Development Bank of Canada.

About our Member Socials

Member Socials are held from 5pm – 7pm from time to time throughout the year.  They present an opportunity for Chamber Members to get together on a casual basis, typically in smaller Member venues which don’t lend themselves to larger After Business events.  Snacks and appetizers may be offered at the discretion of the hosts, and will be promoted on an event-by-event basis.  There is no registration fee for Member Socials and no exhibitor roster.  Come as you are!

 

Host a Member Social

Hosting a Member Social is a great way to introduce – or RE-introduce – your hospitality business to the business community.  Contact us for more information.

Upcoming Chamber Events

Sep
10
YQT: Charity Edition
CEDC Board Room
Sep
12
Leaders Luncheon – Greater Toronto Airports Authority
Best Western Plus NorWester Hotel & Conference Centre
Sep
18
Oct
15

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