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Room 208 of the Hitch Science Building, Belmont University

1900 Belmont Blvd
Nashville, TN 37212 (map)

We meet in the room next door to the one we've been using previously (this should remain the same for the rest of the semester). For newcomers: The Hitch Science building is #19 on the campus map: http://www.belmont.edu/campusmap/files/campusmap.pdf. Parking should be available in the parking lot adjacent to the Hitch Science building or in one of the lots across the street. If not, a secondary choice would be the Curb Parking Garage, which is #27 on the map. If you’re traveling (North) on Belmont Blvd past International Market and Bongo Java, you’ll take a right in the curve of Belmont Blvd (across the street from Circle K with Athlete’s House on the corner). The Hitch parking lot will be just up ahead on your right. Facing the building from the parking lot, if you enter on the lower (right) side, you’ll need to climb one flight to the 2nd floor and look for 208. If you enter on the upper end (left side), you’ll enter the 2nd floor through double glass doors. Room 208 will be the first on your left. Text or call Amber Adams (615-631-6140) if you need further directions.

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Past events that happened here

  • Thursday
    Mar 27 2014
    Nashville Civic Brigade (Code for America)

    Reid Serozi from Socrata and the Raleigh, NC Brigade will be our special guest this month. This will be an excellent opportunity to learn more about civic hacking from an experienced developer.

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  • Thursday
    Nov 7 2013
    Nashville Civic Brigade (Code for America)

    The Nashville Brigade will meet be on Thursday, November 7th, 6pm - 8pm in Room 208 of the Hitch Science Building at Belmont University (1900 Belmont Blvd, Nashville, TN 37212). This week we will have several important updates for the future of the Civic Brigade and will discuss community input. In the remaining time, we will follow-up on unfinished projects from National Day of Civic Hacking, work on a new projects brought forward by the community, and discuss new opportunities for volunteer and entrepreneurial projects presented by our government partners.

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  • Thursday
    Sep 26 2013
    Nashville Brigade (Code for America)

    The Nashville Brigade will meet be on Thursday, September 26th, 6pm - 8pm in Room 208 of the Hitch Science Building at Belmont University (1900 Belmont Blvd, Nashville, TN 37212). We will follow-up on unfinished projects from National Day of Civic Hacking, work on a new projects brought forward by the community, and discuss new opportunities for volunteer and entrepreneurial projects presented by our government partners.

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  • Thursday
    Aug 29 2013
    Nashville Brigade (Code for America)

    The Nashville Brigade will meet be on Thursday, August 29th, 6pm - 8pm in Room 208 of the Hitch Science Building at Belmont University (1900 Belmont Blvd, Nashville, TN 37212). This week we will have a special presentation to welcome new computer science and other programming students to the Brigade. In the remaining time, we will follow-up on unfinished projects from National Day of Civic Hacking, work on a new projects brought forward by the community, and discuss new opportunities for volunteer and entrepreneurial projects presented by our government partners.

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  • Thursday
    Jul 25 2013
    Nashville Brigade (Code for America)

    The Nashville Brigade will meet be on Thursday, July 25th, 6pm - 8pm in Room 209 of the Hitch Science Building at Belmont University (1900 Belmont Blvd, Nashville, TN 37212). We will follow-up on unfinished projects from National Day of Civic Hacking, work on a new projects brought forward by the community, and discuss new opportunities for volunteer and entrepreneurial projects presented by our government partners.

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  • Thursday
    Jun 27 2013
    Nashville Brigade (Code for America)

    The Nashville Brigade provides citizens an opportunity to do what is most quintessentially Tennessean: roll up our sleeves, get involved and work together to improve our society. Citizens, designers, software developers, and entrepreneurs volunteer to build new solutions, using publicly-released data and code, to solve challenges relevant to our local community. We work in partnership with local government agencies and meet once a month to plan, code, and share resources on civic hacking.

    At our inaugural meeting, we will follow-up on unfinished projects from National Day of Civic Hacking (details at http://hack4changenash.org) and discuss our plans going forward. Even if you did not make it to the event, this is an excellent time to get involved. WE WANT YOU!

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