Artists For Humanity "EpiCenter Talks"
September 25, 2013
Was it serendipity or life’s plan that led to the creation of Myers + Chang, Boston’s dining hot spot?
Come, hear the story of their successful journey.
Artists For Humanity “EpiCenter Talks”** — a dialogue about how a creative culture and good business practices can thrive together — will feature husband and wife team Joanne Chang, pastry chef, restaurant owner, food writer, and business woman, and restaurant impresario Christopher Myers, co-owner of Myers + Chang.
The program will include a Q and A. Light refreshments will be served, courtesy of Gourmet Caterers.
WHEN: Wednesday, September 25, 2013, 6pm – 7:30pm
WHERE: Artists For Humanity EpiCenter
100 West Second Street, Boston
A five-minute walk from the Red Line Broadway T Station
Free parking available
HOW: Free and open to the public.
Please register on Eventbrite http://AFHmyersandchang.eventbrite.com or call 617.268.7620.
** “EpiCenter Talks” is made possible through the generosity of Ron and Ronni Casty.
More information: Debbie First, firstname.lastname@example.org | 617.680.8954
Henry Goodrow, email@example.com | 617.268.7620
Artists For Humanity bridges economic, racial, and social divisions by providing underserved youth with the keys to self-sufficiency through paid employment in the arts.