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History Café August 16

From: Bo K.
Sent on: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 9:21 AM

Greetings fellow history lovers,

We've got a great History Café in store for you this month. We'll be meeting, as usual, at Roy Street Coffee, a few blocks away from the streetcar tracks being laid on Broadway. Or perhaps I should say relaid. Come find out more on Thursday. Historian Rob Ketcherside and Seattle Transit Blog editor Martin H. Duke will explore the past, present, and future of Seattle street railways.

Thursday, August 16
7-8 pm
Roy Street Coffee and Tea

Come early to guarantee a seat!

Bo Kinney
The Seattle Public Library

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