We’re going to try something new for our March 8th (2023) meeting!
We plan to meet in the second floor conference room at the Richard L. Root (Kentwood) Library from 6pm until 7:45pm.
Our meeting day remains the same: The second Wednesday of each month.
But the meeting place has changed: the Kentwood Library.
And the meeting time has changed: 6pm.
The capacity of the room is 12, with the possibility of only 1-2 more if we squeeze in some chairs. So it’ll be strictly first-come, first-served. You may even wish to RSVP by e-mailing Bill to secure your place in the room.
NOTE: The only snacks we’ll be able to offer will be non-messy, munchie type things, like cookies. The only drinks we’ll be able to offer will be bottled water (that we’ll provide, as usual) or coffee with a lid (available from the vending machine in the entryway to the library).
We will finish discussing the book The Waters of Siloe. And we will start discussing the (fan-favorite) book New Seeds of Contemplation.
The Kentwood Library is located near the intersection of 52nd Street and Breton in Kentwood. The exact street address is:
Kentwood (Richard L. Root) Branch
4950 Breton SE
Kentwood, Michigan 49508
If this experience is fun, and people like the earlier hours and more central location, we may return to KDL. Or, we may try another book store in town that we’ve been considering.
Either way, we’re looking forward to seeing everyone again at 6pm on Wednesday, March 8th, at the Kentwood library.