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Women in business event: “Nature & Nurture” in Basking Ridge

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The Somerset County Business Partnership is hosting
The Somerset County Business Partnership is hosting "Nature & Nurture," a women in business networking event on Sept. 17. - ()

A networking event on Tuesday, Sept. 17 will offer a nature walk at the Great Swamp in Lord Stirling Park in Basking Ridge.

"Nature & Nurture" is being organized by the Somerset County Business Partnership's Women in Business networking group. The nature walk around the trails of the Great Swamp, led by a naturalist, will begin at 5:30 p.m. The networking will begin around 6:30 p.m., with the promise of food and "liquid refreshments." No word on whether that means cocktails or post-walk Gatorade.

If you're interested in attending, you will need to register online or by phone at 908-218-4300. Tickets are $15 for partnership members and $25 for non-members.

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