TEDx tickets limited, will be live-streamed

Those who didn’t get their names in for the draw for limited tickets to the 2013 TEDx Red Deer conference will still be able to watch it live-streamed through their computer.

Those who didn’t get their names in for the draw for limited tickets to the 2013 TEDx Red Deer conference will still be able to watch it live-streamed through their computer.

Only 100 tickets are available for TEDX Red Deer on the theme of Shut Up and Do It. It will start at 6 p.m. on May 24 at the Margaret Parsons Theatre at Red Deer College.

The five speakers are:

• Rob Aronson, discussing Spreading the Love (Sandwiches for the Hungry)

• Brad Rabiey on The Carbon Farmer

• Damien Laliberte with the local documentary film Inside My Reality

• Emily Falk on education and aid for Somali women through the Global Enrichment Foundation

• Monika Bolin on a personal journey and innovation with a mobile dialysis machine

The deadline for the TEDx ticket draw closed on Tuesday. A draw will be held this week and those chosen for the opportunity to purchase $50 tickets will be notified by Friday.

Anyone who wants to see TEDx Red Deer, but is unable to get tickets, can watch it live-streamed online. They should keep checking the website, www.tedxreddeer.com for a link.

For more information, email tedxreddeer@gmail.com.