Parking is a BIG problem there!. What about churches? I will make some calls and see if I can find one that will let us meet. Does anyone know the name of some possibilities that I can call?
From: [address removed] Subject: Re: [EvanstonWritersWorkshop] We need venue suggestions for the Prompt Group To: [address removed] Date: Mon, 4 Mar[masked]:41:51 -0500
I don't know if you want to go into Chicago. There is the Argo Tea Cafe, 958 West Armitage.- Milly
From: Mildred Leonard <[address removed]> To: [address removed] Sent: Monday, March 4,[masked]:23 AM Subject: Re: [EvanstonWritersWorkshop] We need venue suggestions for the Prompt Group
There is a Starbuck's on Central in Evanston. I don't think they are that busy at night.- Milly
From: Debbie <[address removed]> To: [address removed] Sent: Monday, March 4,[masked]:01 AM Subject: RE: [EvanstonWritersWorkshop] We need venue suggestions for the Prompt Group
Unfortunately, there is another group that meets at Panera on Wednesdays, so it is unavailable and Perla is not close to public transportation.
From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Kim Sent: Monday, March 04,[masked]:56 AM To: [address removed] Subject: Re: [EvanstonWritersWorkshop] We need venue suggestions for the Prompt Group
I love Panera Bread, let's meet there!
On Mon, Mar 4, 2013 at 10:40 AM, Ivy Sundell <[address removed]>
The back room at Panera Bread at the corner of Sherman and Church has tables and chairs, and can be reserved.
-----Original Message----- From: Kim <[address removed]> To: EvanstonWritersWorkshop-list <[address removed]> Sent: Mon, Mar 4,[masked]:33 am Subject: Re: [EvanstonWritersWorkshop] We need venue suggestions for the Prompt Group
If you could imagine meeting in Chicago, my apartment in Andersonville is next door to Women and Children First, and I would be happy to host on Wednesday nights. On the Evanston side, what about meeting in the Evanston Library, NU Library or one of the many churches that seem empty at that time and may have community space open? A small group can meet in Starbucks, but more than 5 people and it will take over too much space.... ??? Anyone else have a large living room?
On Mon, Mar 4, 2013 at 10:18 AM, Debbie <[address removed]> wrote:
Does anyone have any suggestions of where the Prompt Group could meet? The Globe Cafe is a little noisy, so we're trying to find another venue. It needs to be quiet, free,
close to public transportation and have reasonably accessible parking. It must be able to accommodate up to 15 people. We would like to stay in or around Evanston.
Any help you can give us would be greatly appreciated!
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