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SCYPA Social Event Recap – Barnstormer Brewing

Pizza, Beer and a great bunch of people, what more could you ask for! This month SCYPA held its monthly social event at Barnstormer Brewing and Pizzeria (located at 84 Yonge Street, Barrie)

Barnstormer is the premier craft beer and artisan pizza destination in the Simcoe Muskoka region. We are Barrie’s only brewpub producing craft beer in house where you can watch the brewing process! Stop by today for a sampling of our locally made beer, guest beers, and food. You will not be disappointed.

Below are a few pictures from this event

SCYPA Social Event Recap – Barrie Country Club

A great location with a great group of people.

It was another fantastic SCYPA event at the Barrie Country Club. The newly renovated bar made for a perfect location to mingle, network at watch the hockey game!
A special thanks goes out to our gracious host who provided tasty hors d’oeuvres throughout the evening.

Be sure to join us at our next event as we celebrate St. Patrick’s day SCYPA style! More details on our next event to come…


May 15-21, 2016, marks the first annual Young Professionals Week in Ontario, highlighting what is important to young professionals across the province, now and into the future. Together, our networks can educate the public about the importance and potential of young professionals in Ontario’s workforce, economic, social and cultural future.

Let’s Do This – How you can get involved:

1. LIKE Young Professionals Week on Facebook. This will be our central hub for sharing news and announcements during YP Week.

2. Swap out your Facebook profile photo for our YP week graphic to maximize engagement and awareness.

3. Declare May 15-21, 2016 Young Professionals Week in your city! By submitting a proclamation you legitimize and bring attention to the collective interests of young professionals.

4. Host a media conference in your city to encourage the public to engage in meaningful dialogue surrounding the importance of supporting and retaining young professionals in Ontario.

5. Post a short video to YP Week Facebook page describing what is important to you as a young professional and how YOU will impact the future of Ontario.

6. Send a letter of appreciation to recognize local businesses and organizations that employ and support young professionals in your community. The support from these businesses helps create a welcoming community that attracts and retains young professionals.

Get the conversation started. Have something to share or say about Young Professionals Week in Ontario, use the #YPWeekON, and let’s show young professional’s across Canada that Ontario has progressive young professionals.