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Have you been wanting to check out coworking at Groundwork! – but haven’t had the opportunity during the regular work week?
The Groundwork! Weekend Pass is your ticket to coworking this winter.
During the month of February, Groundwork! will be open to guests on Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. each day for a special non-member, guest rate of $40 for one entire weekend or $25 for any weekend day of your choosing.
Got a start-up business plan to write? Working on a thesis or school project? Been contemplating writing a novel? Or, do you just want to beat cabin fever and get some work done on the weekend – without the temptation to binge-watch on Netflix?
Whatever your need, spacious tables, fast wi-fi and hot coffee await you. GW member and blogger Steven Froias will be here to greet you and get you settled in.
Swing by at your leisure and get your pass when you arrive any Saturday or Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on these dates:
- Sat. Feb. 3 & Sun. Feb. 4
- Sat. Feb. 10 & Sun. Feb. 11
- Sat. Feb. 17 & Sun. Feb. 18
- Sat. Feb. 24 & Sun. Feb. 15
The weekend pass is good for one weekend. Credit or debit cards accepted, or cash. You will receive a Groundwork Guest password upon arrival to access wi-fi. Staff will be present to greet you and provide any assistance you may need.
Doors open at 10:00 a.m. and close at 4:00 p.m.
Please use the Maxfield Street entrance. Groundwork! is located in the Quest Center at 1213 Purchase Street, New Bedford and street parking is abundant on weekends.
Please note: No other special promotions or discounts can be applied to the Weekend Pass. Free day passes do not apply to weekends.