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This Could Be Happy Hour

Join This Could Be PHX on Wednesday, September 30th from 5-7pm for our first “This Could Be Happy Hour.”

This Could Be Happy Hour is for new and old Downtown Phoenix residents. It’s not about panel discussions, business networking, or a formal community meeting. It’s about having a good time getting to know fellow like-minded urban dwellers.

This Could Be Happy Hour is an event for those of us who are motivated and inspired by the Downtown community around us. It’s about exchanging ideas; sharing the things that you love about Downtown Phoenix with others, and getting involved in envisioning and creating the Downtown you want! This Could Be Happy Hour is a place to have conversations and make connections about life in Phoenix’s urban core.

Each month, we will hold happy hour at a different location in Downtown Phoenix to help you discover some the latest and greatest places in our urban core. To stay in the know, make sure to sign-up for our e-mail, and like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram if you haven’t already!

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Past Events

Envisioning Phoenix Urban Film Series

Envisioning Phoenix – An Urban Film Series

When: Quarterly Dates

Where: FilmBar Phoenix (click for map)

The Envisioning Phoenix Film Series started in 2014 and is a way to gather the Phoenix community to spark a discussion about the future of our city. We showcase a film on a different topic relative to urban lifestyle, planning, or infrastructure. In addition to the movie, an expert panel will share their thoughts on the film and how we can find reflections within Phoenix. An audience discussion will follow.

The Envisioning Phoenix Film Series aims to inspire, motivate, and pull together our community to bring about the future we imagine for Phoenix.

The event is hosted by This Could Be PHX in conjunction with Filmbar.

Past Films Shown: Detropia, The Garden, The Human Scale