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TEDx Charlottesville
TEDx Charlottesville
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Date/Time
Friday, November 14th 2014
All Day

Location
The Paramount Theater

On Friday, November 14th,TEDxCharlottesville and Starr Hill Presents, will host the TEDx event, “RefleXions” at The Paramount Theater in Charlottesville, VA. Following the success of last year’s inaugural sold out event, the all-volunteer committee is committed to re-inspire the community with a dynamic program.
The conference will include a wide array of speakers and performers, including these initial
speakers, with more to be announced throughout the summer. TEDxCharlottesville committee member Chris Farina says this year’s speakers are “from all walks of life, representing the fields of design, technology, environmental studies, community empowerment, and the arts, among others; each an individual whose work is dedicated to making our world a better one, and each who has an “idea” and a story worth sharing.”

This event sells out and fast! A limited amount of tickets will be available with an early bird special starting 10am on Thursday, July 9 and will be priced $10 below regular ticket prices!  Regular ticket go on sale Friday, July 11 at 10am!  

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