Nerd Nite Miami
Nerd Nite is a monthly event during which several folks give fun-yet-informative presentations across all disciplines – while the audience drinks along. It s like the Discovery Channel… with beer!
* Nerd Nite Miami turns 7 years old!
Help us celebrate our birthday and kick off Halloween events!! *
Schedule for the night:
6:30 Birthday festivities! Treats, drink specials, party games!
7:00 Halloween costume contest!
7:30 Presentations begin
9:30 Double Stubble (Gramps s weekly drag show)
Come join us for a beer, learn something new, and meet fellow nerds. Tell your friends and help us spread the word about Nerd Nite Miami at Gramps!
**Every second Thursday of the month at Gramps**
This month s speakers and topics:
"YouTube Tutorials can change your life" by Daniel Richter
While YouTube can be a complete timesuck of rabbit holes, if used correctly it can be life changing. Learning through YouTube videos can take you to places you would have never imagined. Everyone can use free content to learn new skills and follow their passions.
Daniel Richter is a self-taught pianist, electronics technician, 3D modeler, arduino, youtuber, and now after moving from Venezuela to Miami 5 years ago, he found a career and path in his life, after so many years of being lost.
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“Girls Gone Wild: Women Protecting South Florida’s National Parks” by Gary Bremen
Marjorie Stoneman Douglas’s activism on behalf of the Everglades and other ecosystems is legendary, but she is far from the only woman who played a significant role in creating and protecting national parks in our area. Meet May Mann Jennings, Juanita Greene, Polly Redford, and other women who fought, and continue to fight, to create an environmental legacy here in South Florida when Gary Bremen presents, “Girls Gone Wild: Women Protecting South Florida’s National Parks.”
Veteran Nerd Nite Miami presenter Gary Bremen is a South Florida native with a passion for national parks and local history.
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"Python Hunting" by Dylann Turffs
Pythons have become the face of invasive species in South Florida and are often blamed for all of the Everglades problems. Dylann Turffs discusses how the python problem came to be and share stories of her experience encountering and removing pythons from the greater Everglades over the last decade. How does the way we value or fear certain animals shape how we choose to manage them and what treatment of them we tolerate and encourage?
Dylann Turffs is a naturalist, environmental educator, and outreach specialist with nearly a decade of experience nerding out about south Florida s natural spaces.
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