Statewide Events

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HBRAMA

NEBA

BRAGB

HB&RACC

HBRACM

HBRAWM

Nov
5
Thu
HBRACC – Giant Jenga Challenge
Nov 5 @ 5:30 pm – Nov 6 @ 9:00 pm

HBRACC
http://www.capecodbuilders.org

Location:
Hog Island Beer Company
28 West Road
Orleans, MA 02653

Contact: karen@capecodbuilders.org
Event Details: http://capecodbuilders.memberzone.com/events/details/giant-jenga-challenge-1405

Event Description:

First Annual Giant Jenga Challenge!

  • 8 Giant Jenga Towers await 32 (2 Person Teams) – Double Elimination Format.

Fees/Administration
$100.00 per team
$15 for Guest Tickets

Sponsor Opportunities:
Sponsor Opportunities are limited, but available. Contact dave@capecodbuilders.org for more information

Dec
3
Thu
NEBA – 2020 Holiday Party/Toys For Tots @ Tewksbury Country Club
Dec 3 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Location:
Lenzi’s
810 Merrimack Avenue
Dracut, MA 01826 United States

 

 

Website: https://northeastbuilders.org/
Contact: 978-858-3555; info@northeastbuilders.org
Event details: https://northeastbuilders.org/event/2019-holiday-party-toys-for-tots/

Description:

Please join us for our annual Holiday Party/Toys For Tots event. Bring a new unwrapped toy for our Toys For Tots toy drive. Make it your company Holiday Party and bring your crew!! Family & friends are always welcome to attend!! There will be Christmas trivia, raffles & more….

6:00 pm Cocktails, followed by dinner – Chicken pot pie, marinated steak tips, salad, whipped potatoes, vegetables & apple crisp a la mode.

Fees/Admissions:

$55.00

Dec
17
Thu
BRAGB – Economic & Housing Forecast 2021
Dec 17 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Location:
Zoom Meeting

Event Details: https://business.bragb.org/events/details/economic-housing-forecast-2021-6023
Contact: Scott Palmer at scott@bragb.org
Date: Thursday, December 17, 2020

Dr. Dietz will provide a review and forecast of economic and housing market conditions with an eye on residential construction impacts. Housing is a bright spot for the economy in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis, and he will detail macroeconomic factors affecting housing demand, industry-level detail on supply-side headwinds that are limiting construction sector growth, and share NAHB?s economic forecast including future actions of the Federal Reserve. Dietz will also quantify geographic trends affecting housing demand, including the suburban shift ? the move to lower density markets ? of both single-family and multifamily construction. Bring your questions, including a discussion of how the election will affect housing and the economy.

Fees/Admission:
BRAGB Members: $25.00
Non-Members: $35.00

Learn more and register here!