Coffeehour Jan 30th

January 18, 2011

Hi everyone,

The fun doesn’t have to be over just because the holiday season is over.

Let’s start the year right, starting with full filling your new year resolution of being social and keeping in touch with your queer friends folks! ( I made that resolution for you just now.) So, if you’ve been saying I want to check out q-wave or I haven’t been to q-wave in a while, now is the time.

We are gonna kick of Jan 2011 Coffee Hour at a new location in SOHO/ south village.
It’s been described a “cozy”, “adorable”, and “quirky”. And most importantly for me personally, it offers Japanese parfaits. (Guess losing weight is not one of my new year resolution.)

So, let’s cozy up with your tea and coffee, and come share some delicious Japanese snacks and appetizer with other friendly q-wavers at Hiroko’s Place. (Details below.)

If you can, do let me know you are coming; though we would be glad to have you regardless.


Quail, Ryan and Zhou

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!

Date: Sunday, 1/30. Time: 4:00-6:00PM

Hiroko’s Place

75 Thompson St
(between Broome St & Spring St)
New York, NY 10012
Neighborhood: South Village

(212) 625-1303

Nearest Transit:
Spring St-6th Ave (C, E)
Canal-Varick Sts (1)
Canal-Church Sts (A, C, E)

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


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