Regina: TED Talk at the Unitarian Center

Thursday, January 19, 2012
6:00 PM
Unitarian Centre
College Ave. & Angus St.
Regina, SK S4T 6N2

Dan Benesh
Assistant Organizer
“6pm is probably a tad early. Check the Facebook group for further details in the coming days!”

One Response to “Regina: TED Talk at the Unitarian Center”

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