Events & Activities

Cowork Niagara organizes and hosts events for our members and independent professionals who want to learn from each other about their industries. Whether you’re a writer, developer, designer or other creative entrepreneur, you’ll learn practical tips and tricks you can apply to your business. As a volunteer-based co-operative coworking space, these events can only happen with the continuing support of our members.

Pick an event and come out – we’d love to meet you.

All events are held at Cowork Niagara unless otherwise noted!

Regular Events

DevTricks

Website
softwareniagara.com
When
Second Monday of each month at 7 p.m.
Admission
FREE
RSVP Required?
Yes please!

This event is organized by Software Niagara and hosted in partnership with Cowork Niagara. We line up a few developers for each event to teach the programming languages, frameworks, tools & tips that make them productive. DevTricks is open to everyone – members and non-members.

BizTricks

When
Second Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m.
Admission
FREE
RSVP Required?
Yes please!

Five business people take five minutes each to share one tip to help you in your own business. We talk about everything from software and project management to productivity hacks and business development. BizTricks is open to everyone – members and non-members.

WriteTricks

When
Third Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m.
Admission
FREE
RSVP Required?
Yes please!

Passionate writers share tricks of the trade to help each other write more effectively and communicate better with readers. WriteTricks is open to everyone – members and non-members.

Niagara Open Data Meetups

When
First Thursday of each month at 7pm
Admission
FREE
Registration
Yes, Please!

When the data we generate is published in reusable, redistributable and machine readable formats, governments, citizens, businesses and nonprofits can all use it to gain better insights into the challenges they're solving.

Join with a diverse group of technical and non-technical people who are passionate about working more closely together to solve shared problems.

Meetups are used to share examples, best practices, and work on projects. No experience required!