The future of 511

This Sunday night will be our last night at Gypsy Den. A huge thanks to the Gypsy Den for being so awesome in letting us gather there weekly for the last year. At times our gatherings got quite loud and disruptive and didn’t make them much money and yet they were always incredibly gracious hosts.

There are many reasons but we really want to focus our time and resources on the areas where we are seeing the most growth and momentum. As such, we will continue our monthly gatherings at Community Movie Night and Laundry Love Santa Ana, as well as our twice monthly gatherings at Saint City Sessions.

We will also be developing a monthly community leaders gathering to help bring together folks who head up our various projects as well as those who are doing great work on their own or with other groups. We hope it will be a time of collaboration and support  for those doing great things in the city of Santa Ana. More details on this to follow.

We have some exciting things on the horizon with regards to getting a space to bring things back under one roof, putting on classes and shows again and providing a spot for people to come together outside of events but no definitive timeline just yet.

If you have any questions feel free to give me a call at 949.682.9344

About Scott Overpeck

Scott Overpeck is a creative leader with a heart for contextualizing movements of justice, advocacy and compassion to his surroundings. He is the founder of Intersection Creative Strategies, a consultancy advising social enterprises and non profits on communications as it relates to marketing, fund raising and commerce. Additionally he sits on the board of Renewing Hearts; helped found Laundry Love Santa Ana; and leads 511, a small creative community in Santa Ana. Scott lives in Orange County, California with his wife and two sons. He enjoys tacos, unicorns and American Idol.
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