Exit 11 Workspace & Coffee House
Coffee House meets Coworking Center


Exit 11 brings together Community and Business.  The Founder Angela Garland has been a part of small business for almost 3 decades. She knows the challenges of starting, growing and selling a business which is why she has launched a Lunch-n-Learn Series just for those in a small business, starting a business or thinking about it.  All Lunch-N-Learns are on Wednesday at 1:00 for an hour.  You can bring a lunch, call in your order to Exit 11 or just come to the class.  Members are always free and guests are just $7.  Check out the schedule below.  


Exit 11 brings together Community and Business. 


    American Sign Language (ASL): These classes are hosted at Exit 11 and taught by Larry Hinson.  The first Basic class starts April 3 and meets every Tuesday evening from 6-8 pm for 6 weeks.  Cost is $45 per person.

    Women of LBB: Little Black Book of Washington MO is a women's networking group that meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month for Coffee & Connections.  LBB Members meet on the 1st Tuesday of the month.  Visitors are welcome to attend two times before becoming a member.  


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    First, Know Thyself! Leadership & People Skills Series

    • Exit 11 Workspace & Coffee House 1351 Jefferson Street, Suite 120 Washington, MO, 63090 United States (map)

    Exit 11 is excited to launch our Wednesday Lunch-N-Learn Series!  

    The workshops are only 50 minutes long and are always FREE to our members.  Not a member?  No worries.  You are always welcome and we only charge a nominal fee. These workshops are geared to anyone in business, wanting to start a business or not sure what they want to do when they grow up.  

    The First Wednesday of every month the topic is Leadership & People Skills. 

    We will kick it off with a presentation by Amy Eagan with The Quality Coach.  You can bring your lunch, order ahead to Exit 11 or don't eat lunch.


    • Presenter:  Amy Eagan, The Quality Coach

    • Topic:  First, Know Thyself! 

      • Behavioral research suggests that the most effective people are those who understand themselves, both their strengths and weaknesses, so they can develop strategies to meet the demands of their environment. 

      • In this introduction to DISC behavioral styles, we will explore how you can attain a greater knowledge of yourself as well as others. The ability to interact effectively with people may be the difference between success and failure in your work and personal life.  Effective interaction starts with an accurate perception of oneself.

      • Come join us for an interactive session! 

    Please RSVP because seating is limited.