That's Women's Work presents... Free Monthly Women's Entrepreneurial Group

Monday, April 2, 2012 - 21:09

That's Women's Work presents... Free Monthly Women's Entrepreneurial Group
First meeting: Mon, Apr 2
12pm- 2pm

28 Columbus Ave Toronto M6R1S2

That's Women's Work Arts Network would like to invite self employed women to chat,

share resources, and let's face it, vent!


Taking place at TWWAN office.

The office/ washroom isn't accessible, we'll be sure to use telephone conferencing & skype to include folks.

You'll need to rsvp so that I can have coffee and snacks.

The first Monday of each month
Mon. Apr 2nd
Mon. May 7th
Mon. Jun 4th


That's Women's Work Office
26 Columbus Ave, Toronto, Ontario M6R1S2 Office #1
M6R1S2 Toronto , ON
43° 39' 1.332" N, 79° 26' 45.0456" W
Ontario CA
Michelle van Looy

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