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6:00pm
Lake Forest Park

Third Place Commons Game Night

May 30, 2018 - 6:00pm

Lake Forest Park

Join the fun with a group that meets every Wednesday evening to play a variety of board & card games. Most games last less than 90 minutes so we can enjoy a change of pace. Bring a game you like to play or a new one you want us to try out together.

Game Night convenes in the Stadler Room on the first Wednesday of the month, and at tables in the Commons the rest of the month. Come join the fun! 

 
 
7:00pm
Ravenna

RAVENNA - Book Club - Dispatches from Pluto by Richard Grant

May 30, 2018 - 7:00pm

Ravenna

Dispatches from Pluto is a book as unique as the Delta itself. It's lively, entertaining, and funny, containing a travel writer's flair for in-depth reporting alongside insightful reflections on poverty, community, and race. It's also a love story, as the nomadic Grant learns to settle down. He falls not just for his girlfriend but for the beguiling place they now call home. Mississippi, Grant concludes, is the best-kept secret in America.

 
 
7:00pm
Seward Park

Third Place Book Club with Andrea Dunlop - She Regrets Nothing

May 30, 2018 - 7:00pm

Seward Park

Third Place Books Seward Park is proud to present the Third Place Book Club, a monthly book club where authors come to discuss their books. In the month of May, Andrea Dunlop will be joining us to discuss her book, She Regrets Nothing. The Third Place Book Club meets the last Wednesday of every month. Drink specials are available from Raconteur during book clubs and author readings, so grab a glass and join us for a lively literary discussion. Every month our selected titles are discounted 20% through the date of the book club.

 
 
7:00pm
Lake Forest Park

Peter Stark - Young Washington

May 30, 2018 - 7:00pm

Lake Forest Park

With powerful narrative drive and vivid writing, bestselling author Peter Stark (Astoria) presents a new, brash, and unexpected view of the president we thought we knew.

Two decades before he led America to independence, George Washington was a flailing young soldier serving the British Empire in the vast wilderness of the Ohio Valley. Naïve and self-absorbed, the twenty-two-year-old officer accidentally ignited the French and Indian War--a conflict that opened colonists to the possibility of an American Revolution.