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Lawmakers explore potential of co-working spaces for rural development

Lawmakers explore potential of co-working spaces for rural development: Senate committee hears testimony on bolstering rural growth around shared work spaces Full article and video reported by Ross Ketschke on MyNBC5 6:25 PM EST Feb 19, 2019: https://www.mynbc5.com/article/lawmakers-explore-potential-of-co-working-spaces-for-rural-development/26416856 BRADFORD, Vt. — Vermont lawmakers are exploring the potential for using co-work spaces as spark plugs for economic […]

Hearing Testimony: Vermont Senate Committee on Economic Development, Housing, and General Affairs

Founder & President of The Space On Main, Monique Priestley, gave testimony on-site today in support of coworking, makerspaces, broadband, and entrepreneurship at a Vermont Senate Committee On Economic Development, Housing & General Affairs hearing on Rural Economic Development & Innovation. Her testimony and full hearing video are below (Matt Dunne starts off the hearing […]

The Space On Main Founder Receives Cohase Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year Award

Founder & President of The Space On Main, Monique Priestley, was the recipient of this year’s Cohase Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year Award. Here is the speech that she gave: I want to share appreciation for everyone fighting all of the million little uphill battles. In their personal lives. Professional lives. And civically-engaged […]

In the News – Recent Features

Local, state, and national media has been amazingly supportive of our efforts. We keep our Press & Media Kit updated on a regular basis, but here are some highlights in case you missed them (from most recent to oldest). • Cohase Chamber Announces Business and Citizen of the Year (Trendy Times, PDF | Page 1) • The Space […]

January Gallery Exhibit

Kathy Davidow’s show, Mainly Street: Searching for that “Decisive Moment” will be featured in the Gallery at The Space On Main for the month of January. Come visit with Kathy during the opening reception on January 4th (First Friday) and for public viewing hours 3:00–5:00pm on subsequent Fridays throughout the month. “A good snapshot keeps […]