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Venues for book club meetings

From: Teri E.
Sent on: Monday, February 18, 2013 6:16 AM

Hi Avid Readers,

I have been traipsing around town visiting coffee shops, cafes, and other possible places to hold our book club meetings and have come up with very few places that are appropriate for a book discussion and large enough to hold us.

I am now asking for your input - if you have any ideas on locations where we could have our meetings please email them to me. I'd like to have a handful of places to pick from in case one is not available and also to be able to hold meetings in various areas around town. Of course libraries are usually good spots if they have a multi-purpose room, so we have those on our list. I checked with the Goodman Center and the city parks community centers and both charge rental to use their rooms.

Since I came up pretty empty handed so far on venues, I will most likely post next week's meeting for an East Side library. I think we've outgrown Cool Beans - even with 12-14 people, their meeting room is pretty full. Will add the location later today.

Thanks for any suggestions you might have,


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