Upcoming events

    • 29 Apr 2017
    • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • The Club at Arrow Creek

    Tax'd 'n Tattered Lobster, Filet & Wine Feed

    Register today for Taxed N Tattered to support the Hayek Group sponsored “Foundations in Personal Finance,” which is being delivered in Northern Nevada High Schools.

    Enjoy entertainment by the Reno Youth Jazz Ensemble

    Sample more than 100 Varietals of wine

    Enjoy a seated Lobster & Filet Mignon feast

    Participate in our Live Auction


    Registration $100
    Table $750 - Price for 8 

    The Club at Arrow Creek

    Reservations Required. Seating is limited. Tickets available at www.hayekgroup.org

    The Hayek Group has been recognized as a 501(c) non-profit organization. Federal Tax ID #46-4489924

       - 100's of Wines to Choose (Including $100+ Bottles)
       - Lobster & Filet Mignon Dinner
       - Live & Silent Auction Items

    Help raise money to bring the Dave Ramsey Foundations in Personal Finance course to all WCSD high schools and register today.

    • 13 Jun 2017
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • The Club at Arrow Creek; 2905 Arrow Creek Parkway; Reno, NV 89511
    Registration is closed

    Northern Nevada is a great place to live, but it can be better.  How can you use your life experiences to improve the livability of Northern Nevada?

     Ed Friedrichs will share what he has been doing, with the intent inspiring all of us who attend to also find a way to contribute to the improvement.  Ed, an architect by training, moved to Northern Nevada in “retirement” after being the key player in building the world’s largest architectural firm.    The blighted areas of Reno particularly caught his attention.  He responded by becoming a partner in the WEST 2ND DISTRICT development https://west2nddistrict.com/ .  He also joined the Reno Streetcar Coalition http://www.renostreetcarcoalition.com/ , which is a group committed to seeing a streetcar operate on Virginia Street from UNR to the Convention Center.   Ed will share his insights on these two significant projects, and he will also describe some ideas that have hit dead ends.  

     If you are proud to live in Northern Nevada now, Ed’s talk will likely leave you with the hope of being more proud, as your own efforts and the efforts of so many others combine to have positive impact.

    Ed Friedrichs completed his undergraduate degree in pre-architecture at Stanford University in 1965 and received his Master of Architecture degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1968.  He joined Gensler (now the largest and most respected architecture, design and planning firm in the world) in San Francisco in 1969, opening the firm’s Los Angeles office in 1976. In 1995 he was appointed President and, in 2000, Chief Executive Officer of the firm, leading its development as one of the most successful and influential design firms in the world.

     Since moving to Reno in late 2014 is working as a development partner on the West 2nd District, led by the Don J Clark Group (www.west2nddistrict.com).

     He is a co-chair of the Reno Streetcar Coalition http://www.renostreetcarcoalition.com/ , which is providing leadership to construct a streetcar line connecting the University of Nevada Reno with downtown, mid-town and the convention center along Virginia Street. 


The Hayek Group has been recognized as a 501(c) non-profit organization. Federal Tax ID #46-4489924

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