Start of Weekly Locus Jellies & international Coworking Day

To commemorate International Coworking Day, Locus Workspace will host its first jelly. This will mark the start of an (almost*) weekly jelly, starting at Locus for this first event, but hopefully moving to other coworking spaces in the future (Coffice is already a co-host and will start participating when it can).

So what’s a jelly and what’s International Coworking Day?

“Jelly is a casual working event. It’s taken place in over a hundred cities where people have come together (in a person’s home, a coffee shop, or an office) to work for the day. We provide chairs and sofas, wireless internet, and interesting people to talk to, collaborate with, and bounce ideas off of. You bring a laptop (or whatever you need to get your work done) and a friendly disposition.” Learn more about jellies at

For details on International Coworking Day (and some things you can do to commemorate it, see my blog post from last year’s Coworking Day here:

Space is limited, so please sign up early if you know you want to go.*

The jelly will take place at Locus’s new upper floor (take the elevator to the 4th floor and find the door around the corner to the left). The jelly will be followed by a film night on Locus’s 3rd floor at 6:30pm where we’ll show *Harold & Maude* on the whiteboard with a data projector.

If interested, please sign up for that separately.*

Here’s the schedule:
9am-12:30pm: 1st block of coworking
12:30pm-1pm: Presentation (TBA)
1-2:30pm: Lunch at Vytopna ( for those who want to join.
2:30-6pm: 2nd block of coworking.
6:30pm-8:30pm: Harold and Maude.

Feel free to come for just the 1st or 2nd coworking block if you can’t make it to the whole day, but please indicate that in your confirmation comment.

If you’re interested in giving a 1/2 hour before-lunch presentation, please let me know.

* – If you’d like to attend, you will need to confirm your attendance by accepting a Google Calendar event invitation. Please send me an email letting me know you want to attend with a google email account if you have one (but you need not have a google account to accept the invitation).