kTown Hall to host Free Coworking Day for local professionals September 15

kTown Hall is opening its doors for a free Coworking Day on Friday, September 15.

“If you’re a remote professional who’d like to explore flexible options beyond your home office, coworking may be right for you,” said Anne Timpe, Community Director of kTown Hall. “We invite you to meet our community and try it for yourself.”

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Coworking allows freelancers, remote workers, small business owners, or anyone without a traditional office to share a common workspace without being locked into a long term lease. Although coworking existed before the pandemic, it has become more appealing to some as certain positions became permanently remote.

kTown Hall Coworking is a membership-based coworking office space, located in the old Kutztown Town Hall building at 277 Fair Street. They provide high speed internet and a comfortable, professional space to make connections and mix up a remote work routine. With several membership options ranging from day passes to a permanent desk with 24/7 access, kTown Hall offers the flexibility to customize the best work environment. Memberships can be adjusted on a month-to-month basis to suit an individual’s or business’s needs.

kTown Hall Coworking also features an AV-enabled conference room that can be reserved by members, community groups, or remote teams who occasionally need to gather for meetings, training, or new hire orientations.

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“Free Coworking Day is a perfect opportunity to tour the space and check out what kTown Hall Coworking has to offer. Come for an hour or stay all day,” Timpe said. “It’s a chance to recharge your work routine in a new environment, connect with other professionals, and see what the kTown Hall coworking community is all about. We have several soundproof booths that can be reserved if you need privacy to take a call or virtual meeting while you’re here. We also have a larger booth that can accommodate small groups of two to four people, featuring its own monitor and AV hookup.”

Bookending the day will be a breakfast and coffee bar and a Networking Happy Hour, featuring local bakeries and breweries.

“We’re looking forward to meeting more members of the professional community to collaborate and grow together,” Timpe said. “We’ve had several business connections made within the space. We’re excited to facilitate more of that as our membership grows.”

Doors open on Friday at 8 a.m. The Networking Happy Hour will be from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.

For more information or to reserve your desk, contact Anne Timpe at 610-655-5419 or register at ktownhall.com/events.

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