Come ‘N Hang Out Coffee Hour – 10/24/2010

October 18, 2010

Hello everyone,

My apology for sending the coffee hour email out a bit late this month. Our up coming Coffee Hour will be next Sunday Oct 24, exactly a week from today.

We are going back to East Village for Coffee Hour this month. It’s at TKettle, which features bubble tea, and various delicious Taiwanese snacks in a casual bubbly setting. There are also plenty of restaurants near by for dinner after Coffee Hour which we usually have after coffee hour. Come meet new friends and old alike. Come check out what Q-wave have been up to. I’ll tell you stories about how the Q-wave apple picking trip went ( that’s the day before Coffee Hour).

I am also taking suggestion for future Q-wave Coffee Hour locations. Let me know if you see a cool that can accommodate a group of 10 or so in the city or the boroughs.

Quail
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Come ‘N Hang Out Coffee Hour

This is a monthly event for everyone who is queer, LBTQ, questioning,
and curious! We are here to talk about our concerns, questions,
coming-out, staying-in, joy, fear, and all things that happen along
the way of these experiences! We’re here to support each other.We’re
here to have fun! If you think you’re anywhere from 0.001% to 100%
queer, join us at Come ‘N Hang Out!

Location: TKettle
Address: 26 St Marks Place, between 2nd & 3rd Ave.
Tel: 212-982-9782

Date: Sunday, 10/24 Time: 4:00-6:00PM

DIRECTION: Subways: N,R (8th St), 6 (Astor Pl), F (2nd Ave)

Contact: Quail 718-974-7315 (Call me if you can’t find us or need direction.)

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