The New York Times describes this concept:
"If you’re a person who loves any excuse to talk about your niche interests, or you’ve ever zealously tried to persuade your friends about something seemingly silly, Drink Talk Learn parties are the perfect way to let your elevator pitch shine and to learn more about your friend’s eccentricities.
It’s simple: Each person puts together a presentation about something they’re passionate about, and then everyone takes turns screen-sharing and talking for three minutes on their topic. It could be why Ringo was, in fact, the dreamiest Beatle; an impassioned argument about the correct way to hang a toilet paper roll; or an explainer on influencer drama — the more off-the-wall the topic is, the better."
At the end, non-presenters can vote on their favorite! Drink what ever you want, and email Tessa at tnarducci@conwaypubliclibrary by 3 pm to receive a zoom invitation. Please be sure to indicate if you will be presenting or just learning. This should be fun!