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  1. Funding Your Business Idea Workshop

    July 24, 2018, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ City Hall Council Chambers

    Funding your business idea. Learn about the options for helping start or expand your business, like Crowdfunding (Kickstarter), Angel Investors, bank loans and more. Whether you are starting something new or trying to grow your existing business, entrepreneurs need to know how to utilize the resources that are out there to find capital, understand sound financial practices and tips that to avoid many of the pitfalls of funding a busi-ness or idea. This FREE 60-minute workshop will explore the options including: the basics of crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter, the business side of getting angel investing, considerations for getting a loan and if grants are an option for your business. Lara Merriam-Smith, Program Manager for the NW Innovation Resource Center (NWIRC) is an entrepreneur who took her own product to market and now works to help others learn how to successful launch their product and business ideas. Pre register at

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  2. Family Fun Bark in the Park with Everett AquaSox

    July 24, 2018, 7:05 PM - 9:30 PM

    Join The NOAH Center and the Everett AquaSox Baseball Team on July 24th for a family fun Bark in the Park baseball game. You and your favorite four-legged friend can enjoy a summer evening, eating peanuts and watching the Everett AquaSox take on the Vancouver Canadians. Tickets are on sale now for only $15 and includes a pet bandana at the game. 50% of all ticket sales go directly to The NOAH Center to help give homeless animals a second chance.

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