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Hotelier & Now "Modern Elder" Chip Conley Speaks Tonight at SF Jazz
March 13, 2019

News Courtesy of Steward Brand, www.longnow.org

Blending generations is good for organizations and good for the generations.
[Tonight is officially sold out, but walk-ups always get in.]
 
"The Modern Elder and the Intergenerational Workplace," Chip Conley, SFJAZZ Center, Hayes Valley, San Francisco, 7pm, TONIGHT, Wednesday March 13.  The show starts promptly at 7:30pm.

• Seminar at SFJAZZ Center 201 Franklin Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
• Tune into the live stream for Long Now Members at 7:30 PT - become a member for just $8 a month.
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--Stewart Brand  sb@longnow.org

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