Calendar

Jan
20
Wed
Matters of State: Greater Manchester
Jan 20 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Matters of State: Greater Manchester

A new year is upon us and with it, a new legislature.

The November elections brought big changes to the state legislature. Do you know who is now representing you in Concord? Do those legislators know what issues are important to you?

Join Stay Work Play, in partnership with the Manchester Young Professionals, for Matters of State, a virtual policy roundtable series that will bring together each region’s legislators and their under-40 constituents to discuss their region’s most pressing issues facing young people and possible solutions.

Jan
27
Wed
Manchester YP – Made in Manchester: Bearded Baking Co.
Jan 27 @ 5:30 pm
Manchester YP - Made in Manchester: Bearded Baking Co.
Join Manchester Young Professionals for the FIRST Made in Manchester event, featuring the Bearded Baking Co. & owner Jon Buatti!
Along with a “toast,” that we’ll partake in together, from home, we’ll learn more about Jon and his business and how he as grown his business in the face of a global pandemic, while also taking on a televised national baking competition on the Food Network!
Brew yourself a warm cup of coffee, pour a glass of your favorite wine, beer or cider. Whip up your favorite cocktail or your favorite non-alcoholic drink of choice. Then join us from the comfort of your couch for this casual chat with Job Buatti, owner of Bearded Baking Co., and other MYP Friends.
The Made in Manchester series spotlights businesses, startups and entrepreneurs who have chosen Manchester to live, work, and play!
Matters of State: Upper Valley
Jan 27 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Matters of State: Upper Valley

A new year is upon us and with it, a new legislature.

The November elections brought big changes to the state legislature. Do you know who is now representing you in Concord? Do those legislators know what issues are important to you?

Join Stay Work Play, in partnership with the Upper Valley Young Professionals, for Matters of State, a virtual policy roundtable series that will bring together each region’s legislators and their under-40 constituents to discuss their region’s most pressing issues facing young people and possible solutions.

Feb
4
Thu
Manchester YP – The Scoop
Feb 4 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Manchester YP - The Scoop
New Chamber or Manchester Young Professionals Member? Wondering what the Chamber and MYP do and want the real scoop? Not sure how you can get involved?

Join The Scoop to hear it straight from the source. This program provides you with the opportunity to meet Chamber & MYP leaders, learn about the scope of work and community impact, and identify ways to jump in.

Our Virtual Scoop program is structured as follows:
Flavor One: Chamber (4-4:20pm)
Flavor Two: MYP (4:20-4:40pm)
The Topping! Open Q & A (4:40-5pm)

Upper Valley YP – Super Bowl Spreads
Feb 4 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Upper Valley YP - Super Bowl Spreads

Hey Upper Valley Young Professionals! Join this special private cooking class for some great food and fun! We will be making a fun spread that is great for any occasion. Recipes will include a delicious queso, smokey guacomole, sliders, and more! Please make sure to let us know of any dietary restrictions/ preferences so we can make sure to have options for everyone available.

  • Price is per link/ household not per person.
  • Recipes and zoom link will be sent out 1 week prior to the event with another reminder emails closer to the event.

 

Feb
9
Tue
NH Professionals of Color
Feb 9 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

New Hampshire is well known for its business friendly atmosphere, but what’s it like to start a business here as a young person of color?

In this virtual story telling event, hear from three New Hampshire-based entrepreneurs of color who will share their personal and business experiences – including both their challenges and their successes – here in the Granite State.

A live Q&A will follow each speaker.

About Stay Work Play’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Series:

As an organization committed to attracting and retaining more young people in New Hampshire, Stay Work Play stands in solidarity with Black Lives Matter and is committed to making New Hampshire a more welcoming, inclusive, and just place for people of color. As a part of this effort, Stay Work Play will offer a series of diversity, equity, and inclusion events to foster conversation, enable learning experiences, and push for change.

Thank you to our sponsors!

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Manchester YP – 2021 Economic Forecast
Feb 9 @ 11:30 pm – 11:45 pm
Manchester YP - 2021 Economic Forecast

Save the Date for the Annual Economic Forecast!

Join the Manchester Young Professionals and the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce and hear from an expert keynote speaker shares their economic forecast for 2021 and insights on key issues and challenges facing the local, state, and regional economy!

Registered attendees will be sent additional information as the date approaches including a full agenda as well as a streaming link to the event.

Feb
10
Wed
Matters of State: Lakes Region
Feb 10 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Matters of State: Lakes Region

A new year is upon us and with it, a new legislature.

The November elections brought big changes to the state legislature. Do you know who is now representing you in Concord? Do those legislators know what issues are important to you?

Join Stay Work Play, in partnership with the Lakes Region Young Professionals Network, for Matters of State, a virtual policy roundtable series that will bring together each region’s legislators and their under-40 constituents to discuss their region’s most pressing issues facing young people and possible solutions.

Feb
12
Fri
Advocacy Committee Meeting
Feb 12 @ 8:30 am – 10:00 am
Advocacy Committee Meeting

The Advocacy Committee monitors and studies state legislation that could affect young people staying in, or leaving, New Hampshire. The committee makes recommendations to the Stay Work Play Board of Directors as to pieces of legislation on which the organization should advocate. Once recommendations are adopted, the committee assists in promoting Stay Work Play’s positions.

The Advocacy Committee meets at 8:30am on the second Friday of each month. At this time they are being held virtually, though when they resume in person, they will likely be in Manchester. Advocacy Committee meetings are open to one and all.

 

 

 

**Meetings will be done via Zoom until further notice**

Participate using this Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81582891860?pwd=MVFpUWdjVENEUkUvZExCaUkzcWZiUT09&status=success

The Advocacy Committee monitors and studies state legislation that could affect young people staying in, or leaving, New Hampshire. The committee makes recommendations to the Stay Work Play Board of Directors as to pieces of legislation on which the organization should advocate. Once recommendations are adopted, the committee assists in promoting Stay Work Play’s positions.

The Advocacy Committee meets at 8:30am on the second Friday of each month (except in July and August). At this time they are being held virtually, though when they resume in person, they will likely be in Manchester. Advocacy Committee meetings are open to one and all.

Interested in being part of the committee? Contact Will at will@stayworkplay.org for more information.

Feb
17
Wed
Matters of State: Monadnock
Feb 17 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Matters of State: Monadnock

A new year is upon us and with it, a new legislature.

The November elections brought big changes to the state legislature. Do you know who is now representing you in Concord? Do those legislators know what issues are important to you?

Join Stay Work Play, in partnership with the Keene Young Professionals Network, for Matters of State, a virtual policy roundtable series that will bring together each region’s legislators and their under-40 constituents to discuss their region’s most pressing issues facing young people and possible solutions.