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    What’s happening at HUBweek Wednesday

    Przemyslaw Kornatowski, co founder Dronistics/NCCR Robotics, demonstrated a delivery drone.
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    Przemyslaw Kornatowski, co founder Dronistics/NCCR Robotics, demonstrated a delivery drone.

    Day three of Boston’s HUBweek shines light on a variety of topics and features events on health, the economy, and the arts. Here are a few highlights:

    “The Future of Digital Health, and the Women Behind it,” 11 a.m., 1 City Hall Square (Ideas Dome):

    A panel of four women leaders who have shaped digital health in Boston will speak about the ways they’ve tried to create change in the industry, and how they managed to climb the career ladder along the way. Speakers include Medumo’s Vice President of Strategy and Growth Alexandra Pelletier, Flare Capital Partners’ Principal Sarah Sossong, Sanofi Vice President of Digital Health Business Development Rachel Sha, and Nutrimedy CEO Karolina Starczak. Free or paid pass, registration required at HUBweek.org.

    “Immigrant Entrepreneurs from Main Street to the Fort Point,” 3 p.m., 1 City Hall Square (Ideas Dome):

    Attend this event to hear a discussion about the varied

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    roles of immigrants in the economy and what more can be done to support immigrant entrepreneurs. The seven panelists will represent UMass, MIT, and the Office of Mayor Martin J. Walsh — to name a few — and will look at why immigration restriction can hurt Boston and the country’s economy. Free or paid pass, registration required at HUBweek.org.

    “HUBweek Walls,” 11 a.m., The Hub, 1 City Hall Square:

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    A showcase of the work of local and national artists who’ve transformed shipping containers on City Hall Plaza into a lively expanse of dynamic color and art. Highlighting the transformative power of art in neighborhoods, the artists will present their full exhibition Wednesday through Sunday after a weeks worth of impressive work. Free, general admission pass required at HUBweek.org.

    Katie Camero can be reached at katie.camero@globe.com.