Local food vendor Muy Salsas will be selling tacos for $0.99 each during ‘Talko’ Tuesday events beginning Feb. 18 at projectY in Central Park Square. Courtesy photo
projectY cowork Los Alamos will host a new TED “Talko” Tuesday, a free event open to the public every third Tuesday of the month.
The coworking space will stream 2-3 talks under a specific theme from the popular Technology Entertainment Design (TED) series, featuring expert speakers discussing education, business, science, tech and creativity topics.
Along with a group discussion after the streamed talks, local food vendor Muy Salsas has partnered with projectY and will be selling tacos for $0.99 each during the event.
February’s theme will focus on diversity in honor of Black History Month and to also coincide with the recent Diversity week held in Los Alamos.
March is National Women’s History Month so the TED Talko Tuesday event will be relevant to that topic. “Like” the projectY cowork Facebook page to be updated with each month’s topic.
This event is hosted in conjunction with the existing TED talks noontime lunch series held noon to 1 p.m. every Tuesday at the coworking space, 150 Central Park Square.
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. For more information, visit www.projectYLosAlamos.com.
projectY cowork is a coworking space that serves as a hub for startups, freelancers and others to be connected to like-minded entrepreneurs, business experts, investors and mentors who will help them achieve their personal and professional goals. In addition to providing an affordable, modern workspace for locals, projectY also hosts experts to provide entrepreneurial workshops and other events. 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.