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Friday, May 13
 

8:30am

Welcome & Keynote
Limited Capacity seats available

Sarah Schacht, founder of Knowledge As Power & Open Gov West welcomes attendees.

Welcome from Mayor Sam Adams of Portland.

Icebreaker with Leif Utne, of Zanby.

 


Speakers
avatar for Sarah Schacht

Sarah Schacht

Executive Director at Knowledge As Power WA at Knowledge As Power


Friday May 13, 2011 8:30am - 9:00am
Bossanova Ballroom 722 E Burnside Portland, OR 97214

9:00am

What the Data Needs Now
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers
avatar for Wally Rogers

Wally Rogers

I am the E-Government Manager for the State of Oregon. I have responsiblity for Oregon.gov (over 7 million visits a month, 950 content creators), Commerce (over 75 million a year), Enterprise Collaboration (Jive Software), Data.Oregon.gov (Socrata)and online services.


Friday May 13, 2011 9:00am - 9:15am
Bossanova Ballroom 722 E Burnside Portland, OR 97214

9:20am

Social Media as an Effective Advocacy & Engagement Tool
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers
AR

Alan Rosenblatt

I work in the field of internet politics, social media and advocacy. I run the online advocacy and social media portfolio at the Center for American Progress and teach graduate school courses on the same topic.


Friday May 13, 2011 9:20am - 9:35am
Bossanova Ballroom 722 E Burnside Portland, OR 97214

9:40am

Multi-channel Participatory Budgeting
Limited Capacity seats available

The experiences of ICT mediated Participatory Budgeting provide a compelling case of citizen participation. More important however, are the lessons that can be drawn from the experiences, ultimately informing the work of those who work in the field of e-participation.

 

Background information:

Participatory Budgeting (PB) can be broadly defined as the participation of citizens in the decision-making process of budget allocation and in the monitoring of public spending. Originating in the Brazilian city of Porto Alegre, PB has spread across the world and has received international praise as a good governance policy. In practice, the implementation of PB has been associated with desirable outcomes such as reduction of tax delinquency, increased transparency and better and innovative delivery of public services.

In a traditional PB process, citizens are invited to periodic public assemblies that are held across the city to deliberate on the allocation of public resources. In this sense, PB presents some problems in terms of the material (e.g. paying for transport) and immaterial (e.g. time consumption) costs associated with participating in the process, that is, attending the public assemblies. These costs have often been reflected in low turnout levels, where only a small percentage of the city population gets involved in the initiative.

Until 2004, this had been the case for the city of Belo Horizonte, Brazil, where participation levels in the PB stood at around 1.5 percent of the city’s electors. In 2006, alongside the traditional PB process, the city administration launched a Digital Participatory Budgeting process. In addition to the budget of $43 million (USD) allocated to the traditional participatory budgeting, $11 million was assigned to the new initiative. 

Whereas the traditional PB required citizens to attend meetings at a certain time and place, with the e-PB the city’s electors could discuss and cast their votes online during a period of 42 days, where voting was enabled by the provision of a unique electoral register number.

At the completion of the process, with a budget nearly one fourth that of the traditional (offline) PB, the e-PB attracted over six times more participants, with 173,000 inhabitants (10 percent of electors) taking part in the process. The winning projects, subsequently delivered to the communities, were of undeniable salience and benefit to the citizens. They included initiatives such as the renovation of transport systems and hospitals, the building of educational centers and the creation of ecological parks.


Speakers
TP

Tiago Peixoto

ICT mediated citizen participation, participatory engineering


Friday May 13, 2011 9:40am - 9:55am
Bossanova Ballroom 722 E Burnside Portland, OR 97214

9:55am

Break
Friday May 13, 2011 9:55am - 10:15am

10:15am

Efficiently Syncing Governments and Civic Resources in an Emergency
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers
avatar for Brian T Rice

Brian T Rice

Software development, consulting, GIS, analytics, web applications, social media, programming languages
PS

Pascal Schuback

I am an emergency manager and an advocate in the effective use of technology during all four phases of emergency management. I work in EM and I also volunteer in it.


Friday May 13, 2011 10:15am - 11:00am
Jupiter: Dream Tent

10:15am

Opening Government Data Sites
Limited Capacity seats available

Data.gov sites are gaining steam for some govs, but how can we effectively deploy similar efforts and expand those already in operation?


Speakers
BB

Bruce Blood

At work: Pushing the governmental web envelope. At home: Family. Music: guitar, songwriting, singing, harmony.
avatar for Alexander Gaber

Alexander Gaber

Consultant in the following areas: Web-based software for enterprises and government, cloud-based solutions, open streaming data, software architecture, Open APIs, data security, access management, network traffic analytics, etc.
avatar for Kevin Merritt

Kevin Merritt

CEO, Socrata
avatar for Wally Rogers

Wally Rogers

I am the E-Government Manager for the State of Oregon. I have responsiblity for Oregon.gov (over 7 million visits a month, 950 content creators), Commerce (over 75 million a year), Enterprise Collaboration (Jive Software), Data.Oregon.gov (Socrata)and online services.


Friday May 13, 2011 10:15am - 11:00am
Bossanova Ballroom 722 E Burnside Portland, OR 97214

10:15am

Social Media-Driven Engagement
Limited Capacity seats available

Is social media an effective tool in civic engagement efforts? What has and hasn't worked? How should we approach future efforts?


Speakers
CC

Claire Celsi

I am a public relations, social media strategist and researcher. I would be open to a keynote, panel moderation or sitting on a panel. I am also a veteran blogger and contributor to Ragan\'s PR Daily, which is read by more than 60,000 people every day.
avatar for Amanda Mitchell

Amanda Mitchell

Aspiring cellist who is passionate about improving the sustainability of cities through the design of robust public engagement processes that inform municipal policies on land use planning, transportation, energy reduction and other green initiatives.
AR

Alan Rosenblatt

I work in the field of internet politics, social media and advocacy. I run the online advocacy and social media portfolio at the Center for American Progress and teach graduate school courses on the same topic.
CW

Christine Wood

Director of Communications, Social Media and Online Communications for the Province of BC.


Friday May 13, 2011 10:15am - 11:00am
Jupiter: Dream Box

10:15am

What is Open Gov?
Limited Capacity seats available

New to the sometimes fuzzy ideas around "open government"? Join OGW conveners in a discussion about how the open government community is defining this growing--and sometimes amorphous--concept.


Speakers
KF

Karen Fung

Social media, open government/data, and user-centered design approaches to urban planning, especially transportation planning.

Volunteers

Friday May 13, 2011 10:15am - 11:00am
Jupiter: Think Tank

11:00am

Break
Friday May 13, 2011 11:00am - 11:15am

11:15am

Creating Open, Accessible, Low-Cost Documents
Limited Capacity seats available

In across the globe and here at home, individuals and organizations are collaborating on standards and tools for opening documents and reducing the cost. These "open formats" for documents bring down the cost of document management.


Speakers
SB

Sue Bigelow

Digital Conservator, City of Vancouver Archives
I'm a digital conservator in a municipal archives, responsible for the preservation of our holdings (including govt records) and our digitization program. Since our archives exists to preserve government records and make them available, we have a strong interest in promoting principles of open government.
avatar for Robert Richards

Robert Richards

I'm a Ph.D. student in Communication at the University of Washington, where I study legal information and communication systems. My research focuses on how to improve the communication of legal information about proposed laws to non-lawyer citizens in direct democracy settings, such as those concerning ballot initiatives and eRulemaking. I'm currently beginning a study of these issues in connection with Oregon ballot initiatives... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Schacht

Sarah Schacht

Executive Director at Knowledge As Power WA at Knowledge As Power
avatar for Spencer Tickner

Spencer Tickner

Spencer has been working as the Manager of Electronic Publishing for the Province of British Columbia. His focus in the last few years has been to deliver better structured documents to the public, mainly in the legislative arena. The Electronic Publishing team has converted all legislation for British Columbia into XML and written a WSYWIG drafting tool to assist in the creation of such documents. The team current work is focused on the... Read More →


Friday May 13, 2011 11:15am - 12:00pm
Jupiter: Think Tank

11:15am

Does Open Gov Require a Culture-Change within Government?
Limited Capacity seats available

What demands do Open Gov strategies make on government employees? Are there particular strategies that need to be pursued to create institutional buy-in?


Speakers
BB

Bruce Blood

At work: Pushing the governmental web envelope. At home: Family. Music: guitar, songwriting, singing, harmony.
avatar for Jason Mogus

Jason Mogus

Principal Strategist, Communicopia Internet Inc
Jason is the principal strategist at Communicopia, 21 year old digital strategy firm supporting progressive institutions in digital transformation. He is a fellow of the Broadbent Institute, a senior advisor to the tar sands campaign, and the founder of the Web of Change community. | | Over a twenty year career he has led digital transformation projects for some of the world's most recognized social change brands including Human Rights... Read More →


Friday May 13, 2011 11:15am - 12:00pm
Bossanova Ballroom 722 E Burnside Portland, OR 97214

11:15am

Increasing Civic Engagement via Technology
Limited Capacity seats available

Strategies in participatory voting, budgeting, community-building, etc.


Speakers
NB

Nick Bowden

Web-based community engagement, traditional community engagement, urban planning.
TK

Travis Kriplean

I am a PhD candidate in the Computer Science & Engineering department at the University of Washington. I design and build new tools for civic engagement. More information on my work can be found at http://abstract.cs.washington.edu/~travis/.
avatar for Michael Riedyk

Michael Riedyk

Michael Riedyk has been working in the e-gov space since 1998 as founder/CEO of Green Valley in Europe, founder/CEO of Vancouver based website & social media archiving solution PageFreezer.com in 2008 and CEO of Seattle based DotGov, bringing YouTown: the mobile platform for government agencies. Riedyk is the author of a resolution for the European Commission (Europe at the Forefront of the Global Information Society: Rolling Action Plan... Read More →
WW

Wendy Willis

I am the Interim Director for National Programs of the National Policy Consensus Center and Policy Consensus Initiative. We work with communities and elected officials around the country to improve public decision making and community outcomes by using a variety of collaborative governance tools, both in-person and online.


Friday May 13, 2011 11:15am - 12:00pm
Jupiter: Dream Box

11:15am

Open Source & Community Sourcing: How sharing code is improving government technology and citizen access.
Limited Capacity seats available

How open source collaboration and technology communities are driving innovative solutions to community and government challenges. Panelists will represent three approaches to the use of open source software development for government use in serving it citizens, plus sharing what they build with others, including Code for America, GovHub, and TriMet.  Moderated by Deb Bryant of OSU's Open Source Lab (OSL).


Speakers
avatar for Deb Bryant

Deb Bryant

I work for the Open Source Lab where I work with great people and support the global open source community. I help government and other public agencies use open source software to the public benefit. I use my knowledge of government bureaucracy for good and not evil. I like to help people, projects and great ideas come together. I like all that, and sea kayaking.
avatar for Greg Lind

Greg Lind

Software developer at Metro, and founding partner at GovHub, an open source and open government advocacy group in Portland.
AP

Alan Palazzolo

Drupal, web mapping, non-profits, non-governmental organizations.


Friday May 13, 2011 11:15am - 12:00pm
Jupiter: Dream Tent

12:00pm

Lunch by Fuego de Lotus

Read a blog post on Fuego De Lotus

Dietary notes:

Everything that isn't meat or cheese is vegan.  

Everything is gluten-free.  Really.

The habenero sauce is hotter than it looks.

The green sauce is mild.

 


Friday May 13, 2011 12:00pm - Sunday May 1, 2011 12:00am
Jupiter: Dream Tent

12:00pm

1:00pm

Better Budgeting: How participatory budgeting works for governments & communities.
Limited Capacity seats available

Almost every government agency has been facing budget cuts and will continue to see them for the foreseeable future. What techniques and technology can create community consensus and participatory budgeting?


Speakers
JB

Jon Bartholomew

I am OSPIRG's Policy Advocate on government transparency issues, as well as consumer protection, tax and budget and democracy issues. OSPIRG is Oregon's consumer and public interest group and works to provide a voice for the public in Salem and DC. I also am on the Transparency Oregon Advisory Commission, which oversees the implementation of the new state budget transparency website at www.oregon.gov/transparency. This session, we are... Read More →
TP

Tiago Peixoto

ICT mediated citizen participation, participatory engineering


Friday May 13, 2011 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Bossanova Ballroom 722 E Burnside Portland, OR 97214

1:00pm

Emergency 2.0: Leveraging Gov 2.0 Communications Resources in a Crisis

Explore best practices for government and emergency communications professionals for using social media and open data in an emergency.


Speakers

Friday May 13, 2011 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Jupiter: Dream Tent

1:00pm

Growing the Open Gov Community
Limited Capacity seats available

What are the ongoing efforts to support open government advocates, practitioners, and support new enthusiasts?


Speakers
KF

Karen Fung

Social media, open government/data, and user-centered design approaches to urban planning, especially transportation planning.
JG

Julie Germany

Julie Germany is Vice President of Digital Strategy at DCI Group.
CS

Chach Sikes

I am a Code for America Fellow. We are doing work to help make governments more transparent, efficient, effective - and to improve civic engagement. | | I am also an active member of the Drupal community, and interested in making better experiences for new developers. I think it is very important to give more citizens the ability to participate more deeply in creating the experience of a modern democracy.
LW

Lovisa Williams

Lovisa Williams is the Deputy Director for the Department of State’s International Information Programs (IIP) Bureau’s Office of Innovative Engagement (OIE). She is the Social Media Strategist for the Department of State. She is the co-author for the Department of State’s first social media use policy. She is also the founder and the manager of the Department’s Community Managers Group and developed the Community Managers Boot Camp... Read More →


Friday May 13, 2011 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Jupiter: Dream Box

1:00pm

Usability: Strategies for revamping government websites for transparency, accessibility, and ease of use.
Limited Capacity seats available

How to build better C2G, B2G, and G2G websites and IT tools.


Friday May 13, 2011 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Jupiter: Think Tank

1:45pm

Break
Friday May 13, 2011 1:45pm - 2:00pm

2:00pm

Community Engagement as an Economic Driver: Portland's Example
Limited Capacity seats available

Over the past 12 months, the City of Portland and the Portland Development Commission have employed a novel, open source approach to economic development in an effort to organize the local software industry and define strategic initiatives to support the local community.


Speakers
SN

Skip Newberry

Economic development.


Friday May 13, 2011 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Jupiter: Dream Tent

2:00pm

The Financial Upside to Civic Engagement & Transparency Technology
Speakers
avatar for Timothy Goddard

Timothy Goddard

Depiction, Inc., makers of Depiction mapping, simulation & collaboration software
CM

Campbell Macdonald

Mobile application and social enterprise
MO

Max Ogden

Software Developer and Fellow at Code for America

Volunteers

Friday May 13, 2011 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Jupiter: Dream Box

2:00pm

Unlocking Your Data: Emerging Data Standards
Limited Capacity seats available

As more apps developers, governments, and citizens seek data, there's increasing need for data standards. What are data standards, why are they important to transparency, and who is designing these standards?


Speakers
avatar for Philip Ashlock

Philip Ashlock

Open government practice and policy with a focus on open standards and open source software, particularly around civic engagement platforms.
avatar for Luke Closs

Luke Closs

I build web based social software for enterprises and organizations at Socialtext as my main day job.  I also am a founding member of the Vancouver Hacker Space and the Vancouver Open Data community.
avatar for Nik Garkusha

Nik Garkusha

Open Data & Open Source geek, technology evangelist & consultant | Founder OpenHalton.ca | Open Source Strategy Lead at Microsoft (Port25.ca)
AM

Aaron McGowan

My field of work is within the technology industry with a focus on leveraging open source software for businesses, non-profit organizations and governments. | Also, I spend a lot of time writing, speaking and engaging with others on the topics of Open Government, Government 2.0, and citizen engagement.


Friday May 13, 2011 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Bossanova Ballroom 722 E Burnside Portland, OR 97214

2:45pm

Break
Friday May 13, 2011 2:45pm - 3:00pm

3:00pm

Gov Website Tiger Session with Masters of Marketing
Limited Capacity seats available

Expert creative marketers will analyze government websites, offering ideas for better strategizing constituent engagement and information sharing in a live forum!


Speakers
avatar for Katherine Dodds

Katherine Dodds

Renegade ad woman, and data geek, I am passionate about using the tools of communication (old & new) to create social change and to encourage citizen engagement. Founder/ creative director of Hello Cool World, our mandate is: ideas to audiences, audiences to action, action to outcome. Founder/Creative Director of Hello Cool World, I got my advertising chops with the anti-consumer magazine Adbusters, and learned to run a company by making... Read More →


Friday May 13, 2011 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Jupiter: Dream Box

3:00pm

How to Build a Better Apps Contest
Limited Capacity seats available

Over the last two years, dozens of governments have run apps contests. What have they learned from opening up their data & rewarding the best apps? Are there ways governments--or other organizations--could produce widely adopted applications?


Speakers
RA

Ram A

civic software, mobile apps including three iPhone and iPad civic apps that were ranked #1 on Apple's top charts for the News and Finance categories. | | Twitter:@CascadeRam | Blog:http://blog.CascadeSoft.net
avatar for Amber Case

Amber Case

Cyborg Anthropologist, Case Organic
Amber Case is a cyborg anthropologist and user experience designer from Portland, Oregon. She studies the interaction between humans and computers and how our relationship with information is changing the way cultures think, act, and understand their worlds.She is the co-founder and former CEO of Geoloqi, a location-based software company acquired by Esri in 2012. She spoke about the future of the interface for SXSW 2012’s keynote address... Read More →
SN

Skip Newberry

Economic development.
SR

Saf Rabah

We are Socrata, a leading provider of Open Data solutions for government organizations. | | We support the open data community with a free service at http://opendata.socrata.com and provide hands-on support to Open Data developers by frequently hosting hackathons and developer events. | | Thank you very much for your consideration and for the great work you're doing in the Open Government community.
avatar for David Wrate

David Wrate

Province of BC
Keen on connecting with tech entrepreneurs to understand how they'd like to work with government.


Friday May 13, 2011 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Bossanova Ballroom 722 E Burnside Portland, OR 97214

3:00pm

Small is the New Big: How Small, Local Governments are Implementing Innovative Transparency Technology
Limited Capacity seats available

How local and community-based efforts are producing high quality, low cost technology.


Speakers
RG

Robert Gilman

1) For the past 7+ years, I have been on the City Council for Langley, Washington, population 1,100.  I was on the Board of the Association of Washington Cities from 2006 through 2010, holding the western Washington at-large position for cities under 5,000 in population. I still serve on the AWC Small Cities Advisory Committee. I am also Langley's representative on the Island Transit Board. | | During this time, I led a... Read More →
AM

Aaron McGowan

My field of work is within the technology industry with a focus on leveraging open source software for businesses, non-profit organizations and governments. | Also, I spend a lot of time writing, speaking and engaging with others on the topics of Open Government, Government 2.0, and citizen engagement.
BW

Bob Woods

Managemnt Systems Director, City of Albany


Friday May 13, 2011 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Jupiter: Think Tank

3:45pm

Break
Friday May 13, 2011 3:45pm - 4:00pm

4:00pm

Closing Session
Limited Capacity seats available

Friday May 13, 2011 4:00pm - 4:15pm
Bossanova Ballroom 722 E Burnside Portland, OR 97214

4:15pm

Evening Break
Friday May 13, 2011 4:15pm - 7:00pm
Jupiter: Dream Tent

7:00pm

Social Event
Friday May 13, 2011 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Jupiter: Dream Tent
 
Saturday, May 14
 

8:30am

Registration & Session Posting

Welcome to Day 2 of Open Gov West! Please use this time to eat some breakfast and brainstorm ideas for sessions that you would like to lead at some point during the day. We will have you submit these sessions so that we can discuss and vote for them after the keynotes this morning.


Saturday May 14, 2011 8:30am - 8:45am
Jupiter: Dream Tent

9:30am

Welcome and Keynote

Welcome wiht keynote speaker Amber Case


Speakers
avatar for Amber Case

Amber Case

Cyborg Anthropologist, Case Organic
Amber Case is a cyborg anthropologist and user experience designer from Portland, Oregon. She studies the interaction between humans and computers and how our relationship with information is changing the way cultures think, act, and understand their worlds.She is the co-founder and former CEO of Geoloqi, a location-based software company acquired by Esri in 2012. She spoke about the future of the interface for SXSW 2012’s keynote address... Read More →


Saturday May 14, 2011 9:30am - 9:40am
Jupiter: Dream Tent

9:30am

Civic Code-a-Thons & Open Data Best Practices
Limited Capacity seats available

Amber Case & Aaron Berecki of GeoLoqi


Saturday May 14, 2011 9:30am - 9:45am
Jupiter: Think Tank

9:50am

Building an Open Gov Platform of the Future
Speakers
avatar for Nik Garkusha

Nik Garkusha

Open Data & Open Source geek, technology evangelist & consultant | Founder OpenHalton.ca | Open Source Strategy Lead at Microsoft (Port25.ca)


Saturday May 14, 2011 9:50am - 10:05am
Jupiter: Dream Tent

10:05am

Break

15 minute break before sessions begin


Saturday May 14, 2011 10:05am - 10:15am
Jupiter: Dream Tent

10:15am

Free Open Source Software and Government
Saturday May 14, 2011 10:15am - 11:00am
Room 137

10:15am

10:15am

10:15am

10:30am

GOSDOS — Socrata Regional User Group
Saturday May 14, 2011 10:30am - 11:15am
Room 131

11:00am

Break
Saturday May 14, 2011 11:00am - 11:15am
Jupiter: Dream Tent

11:30am

Code For America Plenary
Saturday May 14, 2011 11:30am - 12:30pm
Jupiter: Dream Tent

12:15pm

Lunch by KOi Fusion
Saturday May 14, 2011 12:15pm - 1:15pm
Jupiter: Dream Tent

1:15pm

Code for America Update

Code for America Fellows will be presenting their progress and insights thus far in their inaugural fellowship that is working to reshape the public realm.


Speakers
MO

Max Ogden

Software Developer and Fellow at Code for America
AP

Alan Palazzolo

Drupal, web mapping, non-profits, non-governmental organizations.
CS

Chach Sikes

I am a Code for America Fellow. We are doing work to help make governments more transparent, efficient, effective - and to improve civic engagement. | | I am also an active member of the Drupal community, and interested in making better experiences for new developers. I think it is very important to give more citizens the ability to participate more deeply in creating the experience of a modern democracy.


Saturday May 14, 2011 1:15pm - 1:45pm
Jupiter: Dream Tent

1:15pm

2nd Breakout Session
Saturday May 14, 2011 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Room 137

1:15pm

1:15pm

CSV vs. API
Saturday May 14, 2011 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Jupiter: Dream Box

1:15pm

1:15pm

The Crowdsourced City
Saturday May 14, 2011 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Jupiter: Dream Tent

1:15pm

Wiki Voter Guide
Saturday May 14, 2011 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Room 131

2:00pm

3rd Breakout Session
Saturday May 14, 2011 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Room 138

2:00pm

2:00pm

2:00pm

Zanby Demo

Building communities with groups of groups for civic engagement or internal collaboration


Saturday May 14, 2011 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Room 138

2:00pm

Transparency in Ghana
Saturday May 14, 2011 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Room 137

3:00pm

4th Breakout Session
Saturday May 14, 2011 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Room 131

3:00pm

BC XML Drafting Demonstration
Saturday May 14, 2011 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Room 137

3:00pm

Experience SAP
Saturday May 14, 2011 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Room 131

3:00pm

Light Weight GIS Tools
Saturday May 14, 2011 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Jupiter: Dream Box

3:00pm

3:00pm

YouTown App
Saturday May 14, 2011 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Room 138

4:00pm

4:20pm

Wrap-up & Closing

This is our chance to reconvene and discuss the major takeaways we've gained from the second day of the conference, and from the entire experience! We also plan to announce the winner of the Civic Apps contest, and we'd love to hear any potential projects that have been brainstormed at Open Gov West!


Saturday May 14, 2011 4:20pm - 4:50pm
Jupiter: Dream Tent

5:00pm

Casual Social Event @ The Doug Fir Lounge

Let's kick back and hang out for one last chat before we part ways!


Saturday May 14, 2011 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Doug Fir Lounge