Gangplank’s growth over the past year has created a fantastic network of talent, mentors and Gangplank culture, allowing Gangplank to continue to innovate.
With this growth, we’ve been making changes in order to better serve the local Gangplank communities, as well as give you the opportunity to learn about HQ’s larger vision.
As part of this mission, we have been separating Gangplank HQ updates and notifications from local Gangplank information. The latest improvement has been to our websites. Continue reading
We’ve noticed the past few months more demand for our space on the weekends. So beginning Saturday, April 7th, we’re doing an 8-week trial run of Saturday hours for those with different work schedules.
Drop ins will be welcome from 9:00am-6:00pm. We’ll throw on some music or a movie to keep things in the weekend spirit =)
Last week on the day of our grand opening, 12 News stopped by to see what the buzz was all about. Here is the video below of our their interview.
The City of Avondale and Gangplank Avondale are hosting the grand opening of Gangplank Avondale on Tuesday, March 20 from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. Gangplank Avondale is located at 525 N Central Avenue in the former City Hall. Continue reading
The Gangplank self-identified podcasting wench, Debbie Walker, will be taking on new students beginning on March 26th at 5:00pm.
This is a three-part class over six weeks. Classes are scheduled every two week on March 26th, April 9th and 23rd, at the Gangplank Chandler location (260 S Arizona Ave, 85225)
– Be introduced to the recording equipment
– Record a short 3-5 minute discussion with the group
– Learn how to edit recording in Audacity
– Practice intros and outros
The class series has only six spots. Email spellwight[at]gmail.com to reserve your space.
After an extended absence, the Gangplank Book Club returns March 29th at 6:30pm.
Led by John Webster and Hamilton Wallace, the goal is to be a book club without guilt. That is, participants don’t have to have read the book to be engaged in the conversation – being interested in the topic is enough. Continue reading