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Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Society of Authors light lunch in Sanquhar

From Jim Gracie

A' the Airts, Upper Nithsdale's arts centre based in Sanquhar, is hosting a light lunch for members (and non-members) of the Society of Authors based in Southwest Scotland. It takes place on Saturday October 18, and the arts centre is asking guests to turn up at about 11.30 am (ish), with the buffet lunch starting at 12.30 pm. 

The cost is £9 per person (£7 for the buffet and £2 towards the hire of the performance area within the arts centre) and the buffet will be prepared by Norma Slimmon, who owns and runs A' the Airts' organic cafe. After lunch, there is a great opportunity for writers and those with an interest in books and literature in the area to have a good chinwag, a gossip, network, meet up with old friends and make new friends. It should go on until about 3.30 pm.

This is the third such lunch, and the previous two have been enormously successful.
Poets, novelists, short story writers, non-fiction writers, playwrights, journalists, screenwriters, etc - you're all welcome to attend.

If you'd like to come along, phone Jim Gracie on 01659 58640 or The arts centre is on Sanquhar's High Street, on the corner close to the Tolbooth.

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