The 2nd Annual Spark Salon

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The 2nd Annual Spark Salon

from 60.00

Please join us on October 2nd for the Second Annual Spark Salon at 7:00pm the stunning HarborPoint event space at Root in Salem. The evening will provide an opportunity to connect with like-minded women from the North Shore over drinks and food prepared by the chefs at Root.

We’ll hear stories of Reinvention from members of the Spark and Root communities followed by small group discussions about what reinvention means to you! From small actions to big ideas - the evening is a chance to inspire and be inspired. This gathering is Spark’s marquee event, which takes forward the spirit of the French Salon, by encouraging intellectual exchange and a space to support one another in pursuit of our aspirations.

Salons were a key institution in 18th century Paris in which women played a central role. In 2018 we gathered under a tent in beautiful Hamilton where we explored the broad theme of progress in small group discussions over drinks and dessert. This year builds on that experience and we hope to see you there! Tickets are $60 for Spark Members / $75 for Guests.

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re·in·ven·tion (rēinˈven(t)SHən)

noun: the action or process through which something is changed so much that it appears to be entirely new.


Thank you to our event host:

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About Root: Root’s vision is to prepare youth to enter the workforce with confidence, self-agency, and a competitive edge. To do this, Root combines 240 hours of culinary and food service training, workforce preparedness, on-the-job experiences, life skills workshops and social capital, into an intensive 12-week program. Root’s social enterprise structure and training program is based on successful models including DC Central Kitchen, FareStart in Seattle, and Liberty’s Kitchen in New Orleans. Utilizing the culinary arts as a training tool for high-risk populations who have significant barriers to employment is a proven pathway to stable employment and self-sufficiency.

Thank you to our sponsor:

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