The Groundhog Roundup

Packed into the Hub for the Gloss Fashion ShowA BlackBerry shot of the Gloss Fashion Show crowd

We had such a great time and are glad that you did too. Over 130 of you made the journey through the snow to take part in our very own social media experiment, the Groundhog Day Meet Up. We didn’t really know what would happen; but you came, partied and connected with each other and art on a whole new level. Thank-you, and our sponsor WonderfulWaterloo.com, food provider Little Mushroom Catering and fashion show producer Gloss for all of your support! Together we made something great happen.

It has been so much fun discovering all of the photos, blogs and comments that Groundhog Day Meet Up party goers have created. Below please find a list of posts and photo albums related to the event. If we have missed yours, please let us know (kpaterson@kwag.on.ca).

NEW! Photos by Lisa Murray | Waterstone Photography>

Social networking blossoms with new Groundhog Day effort> Martin DeGroot in The Record

The transportability of art through fashion> Jordan Brennan guest blogging on Free-Admission

Groundhog Day Party> Hilary Abel|RQ Magazine

KW|AG and Wonderful Waterloo Groundhog Day Meet Up> Christine Reid | Christine Reid Photography Blog

YouTube Video of the Gloss Fashion Show> Barbara Gilmore

Breanne Cram’s photos on Facebook>Breanne Cram

Twitter stream> #ghdkw

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  2. Lisa Murray says:

    Thanks for the link love!

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