MHYP June Social

Featuring Youth on Record and At-Home Mixology with Carlos Meza


June 9, 2020
5:30pm to 7:30pm


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MHYP June Social

Featured Non-Profit

This event has been moved to a virtual event in an effort to practice social distancing related to the COVID-19 virus. 

At-Home Mixology

Join our special guest, Carlos Meza, to learn how to make your own classic Negroni at home! If you would like to participate, we recommend you have the following ingredients ready:

  • Gin (Hendrix or Tanqueray are great options)
    • For a whiskey Negroni (called a Boulevardier), Rittenhouse Rye is a steal for the price point
    • *any Gin or Whiskey (bourbon or rye) will work.
  • Sweet Vermouth (Carpano Antica is the industry standard)
  • Campari (this is the name brand and is easy to find)

Our social events provide an opportunity to network with Denver's finest Young Professionals in a relaxed, professional environment. So come with an open mind, dress like you do at work, and be prepared to learn about the other professionals in the room. We work with people we like, so be prepared to foster some new business friendships! There are no membership or age requirements for MHYP socials, everyone is welcome to come network and learn more about MHYP.

Our socials feature food and drink specials and a fish-bowl drawing that includes fantastic giveaways and prizes (must be present to win).

Entry Fee: FREE
Meeting ID: 861 7998 6005
Password: JuneMHYP

About Youth On Record

The mission of Youth on Record is to empower Colorado’s underserved youth to achieve their academic, artistic, and personal best by employing local, professional artists as their educators, and its vision is for youth to discover how their voice and value can create a better world. Through the use of innovative, effective and engaging music and audio production programming, YOR aims to have a positive, long-term impact on the youth in its programs.

YOR works with youth – many of whom live in poverty and/or have experienced childhood trauma – and uses arts-education as its foundation because “Arts programming — be it music, theater, or visual arts — helps erase that sense of aloneness and provides a platform for building the kind of resilience all of us, but especially young people who have struggled with [adverse childhood experiences] ACEs, need.” (

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