Coffee Hour Feb 27th

February 25, 2011

Hi everyone,

February is a short month and it is time for our lively coffee hour again.  Since last Coffee Hour at Hiroko’s Place was a success, I would like to hold it there again.  The details are at the end of this message.

Now that I’ve been there once, I can say a few things about the place…. It’s really cute and eclectic.  They have manga (Japanese comic books) on book shelfs and interesting art work on the floor.  The parfaits are equally artistic looking.

So come over for a warm afternoon with warm friends.

There is steering committee strategic meeting on Sat Feb 26 which I plan to go.  Hopefully, I will be able to relay you the state of q-wave affairs at Coffee Hour if you are interested in what kind of projects are going on in Q-wave.

Cheers,

Quail, Ryan and Zhou

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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!

Date: Feb 27th  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)

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