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Aiw’s end of summer writer’s happy hour! September 13, 2010

Networking event for members of the American Independent Writers members and friends, and meet new friends, on the Monday after Labor Day (September 13).

Celebrate writing and the writing life at our first happy hour of the new season. Guests and friends of writers are welcome, too.

– Network with other writers
– Bring friends interested in joining AIW
– Learn about upcoming programs
– Find out how you can become more active in AIW activities
– All writers welcome – from aspiring to established
– Meet AIW Board members and share your ideas and suggestions
– Share some post summer cheer!

Monday, September 13, 2010
5:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
No host cash bar
Buffet table compliments of Bravo! Bravo!

Bravo! Bravo!
1001 Connecticut Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 20036

The restaurant is actually in the basement of the building where the AIW office is located. There is a street entrance on Connecticut, near the K Street entrance to the Farragut North Metro station or you can enter the AIW office building and take the stairs or the elevator down to the restaurant.

Metro: Farragut North on the Red line, Farragut West on the Orange and Blue lines

Please confirm your plans to attend at rsvp@amerindywriters.org

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