Berlin Local Works Farmers Market ready to Open Wren 921 on Upper Main Street

Form the folks that bring you the Berlin Local Works Farmer’s Market, WREN 921 continues as a Rural Entrepreneurial Network in Berlin, to be a collaborative non-profit working to create the best possible environments for small business owners.
Laura Jamison of WREN who organizes the Local Works Berlin Farmers said this is a great fit for Berlin to continue to provide services and education to Market vendors and other small businesses through membership, networking, collaboration and education.  
"What's exciting to me and the rest of us is that this gives WREN a space for small businesses and entrepreneurs to grow individually," said Jamison. "What's special about WREN is that their philosophy values collaboration, relationships, taking action and making the larger community a better place."
Upcoming Spring Events:
BETA Business Planning Course
Thursdays, February 7  through March 28, 5-8:30p.m. Course integrates the nationally known, award- winning Core Four training curriculum with WREN’s own brand of business coaching and networking. This 8-week course covers successful strategies for business including marketing, financial management, and operations planning.
Thursday, March 14 at 12 p.m. at the Yokohama Restaurant in Gorham.  Work from home? Thinking about your existing business or starting a new one? Join us for networking and social time.
Thursdays, April 4  - May 9, 3:30-4:30 p.m. A yoga teacher for ten years, Leane Rexford of Northern Oasis Massage presents slow movements and stretching for increasing flexibility and balance, while relieving stress.
Thursday, April 11 at 12 p.m. at the White Mountain Cafe in Gorham. Work from home? Thinking about your existing business or starting a new one? Join us for networking and social time.
Marketing your Business with the New Facebook
Thursday, April 11 5:30-7:30 p.m. Facebook has new features since going public. Learn the tricks to get your Facebook business page the attention you deserve. Strategies to spend less time more efficiently, promoting yourself effectively.
Soups & Breads with Chef Liz Jackson
Sunday, April 14, 12-3 p.m. Come watch Chef Liz Jackson, award-winning chef of Libby's Bistro & SAALT Pub, share her tricks and strategies for creating seasonal soups and breads.
Marketing Workshop Day
Tuesday, April 16, with Carrie Gendreau 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. (with lunch break, 12-1p.m.) A Interactive, fun, and inspiring day! Join us for the morning, afternoon, or both! Farmers Market vendors from both Bethlehem and Berlin are encouraged to attend at no charge. Days focus on Product Presentation, Booth Display & Customer Service.
Writing Creative Copy for your Business Materials
Thursday, May 2, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Eric Pinder's books for readers of all ages include If All the Animals Came Inside, Tying Down the Wind, Life at the Top, and North to Katahdin, which is about the appeal of mountains and wilderness. He teaches at NH Institute of Art and is an editor at Evolved Publishing. Be prepared to write interesting copy for your business marketing materials and workshop ideas with the group.
Marketing Online Beyond Facebook
Thursday May 9, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Beyond Facebook marketing, explore the online options for your targeted market demographic. What is worth investing your time and energy into? Learn creative ways to minimize the time spent marketing yourself online.
WREN 921 Hosts the Berlin Local Works Farmers Market in the summer, is a non-profit Rural Entrepreneurial Network.  Anyone & everyone is able to attend workshops and classes. Pre-Registration Required (except for Networking Lunches)  WREN 921 Main Street, Berlin, NH 603.723.1004.  Register at or watch out for more events at Facebook