Save The Date
Thu, Mar 2nd, 5:00pm - 7:00pm
BlackStack Brewing
755 Prior Ave N , St Paul Minnesota 55104

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We are excited to host March CwC at BlackStack Brewing.

BlackStack is in the American Can Building dating back to 1889. Beginning in 1902, it was a canning factory that churned out billions of tin cans for Hormel foods, Swift & Co., Armour & Co. for well-known brands like Spam, Green Giant vegetables, Swift meats, Fischer nuts, Hershey’s chocolate, and Rayette hairspray. This gorgous building is located in Saint Paul’s Midway-Hamline neighborhood, right next door to mini-golf destination Can-Can Wonderland. Just look for the big smokestack.

Besides enjoying the exceptional beer, you are welcome to play one of their hundreds of board games, listen to live music, watch a sporting event on the huge screen, or simply hang and get to know some of the communities most creative people!!

Get there early to get a FREE drink. You can select from their outstanding beer list or explore the large assortment of N/A beverages, which includes soda, juice boxes, chocolate milk,  as well as coffee.

If you get hungry, the food truck on-site will be Pizza Karma – featuring a variety of creative, fusion pies made in a Tandoor.

This months sponsors are UXPA.

About Our Sponsors


UXPA Minnesota is a chapter of UXPA International, which offers its own, separate membership and “supports people who research, design, and evaluate the user experience (UX) of products and services.”

We are a professional group from mixed backgrounds who recognize the need for the voice of the end user of any experience. Some of us have formal education in human factors or technology, while others came into UX from a completely different field. All levels of experience and interest are welcome!

Contact Leadership

Muriel Bartelme Kreske
Muriel Bartelme Kreske
Director of Membership
Thoughtful design is powerful, it can solve problems, ignite passion and bring people together. Design can also be beautiful, functional and change the way people interact in the world.