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No To Patterns: The Live Experience

August 10, 2023

No To Patterns™: The Live Experience Thursday, August 10 Doors 6:30pm / Event 7pm Location: 3S Artspace Seated Pay-what-you-choose (Starting at $15) / Students $5

Engage. Connect. Change the patterns.

Join host Courtney Daniel at 3S for an evening of creative expression, storytelling, and meaningful conversation as a panel of thriving business owners and local leaders in the Seacoast BIPOC community share their remarkable journeys of resilience and success, including the challenges and achievements along the way.

No stranger to 3S by way of DJ sets under her DJ MAM moniker at the monthly CLUB 3S dance night, panelist Chloe Cataldo will share about her work providing opportunities to low-income groups by preventing school dropouts for students and helping eliminate barriers to entry for adults pursuing careers in healthcare.

We'll also hear from accomplished Phillips Exeter tenth-grader Bhumika Prem whose artistic philosophy examines the concept of "doing more with less." Bhumika aspires to become a change-agent for social issues affecting marginalized communities.

Additionally we'll hear from entrepreneur and bowtie clothier Lionel Loveless who is the owner of Officially Knotted Bowties, The Collector's Eye, and Route 1 Antiques. Lionel is known for his commitment to sustainability and his desire to make a positive impact on the environment. His business philosophy is centered around creating products that are stylish yet environmentally responsible.

Inspire and fuel your own personal and professional goals through this unique event celebrating diverse voices and achievements within the BIPOC community. Let's come together to foster a greater sense of inclusivity and understanding.


About No To Patterns™:

Seacoast organization, No To Patterns ™ was born out of necessity to address the lack of accommodations available to Black, African-American, and People of Color who live on the Seacoast. A determined mom, Courtney Daniel, wanted to create a community of resources for those who are considering moving to the Seacoast area and to nurture those who have called New Hampshire home.

Event photo credit: Jarrett Daniel

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