Newsletter July 2013

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TEDxHuntsville 2013 – “Breaking Boundaries, Building Connections”

TEDxHuntsville will explore the concepts of building connections with our creativity, passions, and communities. What barriers are prohibiting progress of ideas moving forward concerning society growth, creating a sustainable energy plan, and creating innovation with global collaboration? What new ideas are waiting to be discovered when the analytic and creative minds join forces? TEDxHuntsville 2013 will stretch your imagination, challenge your thinking and inspire you to connect with a deeper knowledge of the world around us.

As quoted by James Kouzes and Barry Posner, “The best way to lead people into the future is to connect with them deeply in the present.” TEDxHuntsville is looking to connect with community through ideas worth spreading.Speaker lineup will be announced soon! Plus many surprises along the way.

Have a fun and safe July 4th holiday!

Cheers!

The TEDxHuntsville Team

TEDxHuntsville 2013

Save the date: TEDxHuntsville 2013 will be held on Sunday, September 15 at the Thurber Arts Center at Randolph School. This will be our fifth annual event, so we’re planning to spice things up a bit! You can still expect awesome speakers, intriguing performances and the interactive experience at the TEDxLab. More information will be posted on our website and Facebook page soon.

Participate: You can do more than just attend TEDxHuntsville. Become a partner by sharing in our journey and experience in ideas worth spreading. In addition to financial contributions (which are tax-deductible), we welcome all in-kind contributions for food and beverages, gift bags, printing and other creative donations. Contact the team at TEDxHuntsville via email at informed@tedxhuntsville.com.

TEDxYouth@Huntsville

Sunday, November 17, 2013:TEDxYouth@Huntsville returns! TEDxYouthDay is a series of TEDx events that happen all around the world in late November, around Universal Children’s Day. The events are designed to empower and inspire young people. This year our event will have engaging talks by young people (middle school to high school), local educators, thinkers and lots of fun! Stay tuned to announcements concerning activities leading up to our Youth event this year how you can be a part of the excitement.