Salt Lake City Drinking Liberally

Promoting democracy in Utah one pint at a time.

March 29, 2012

Drinking Liberally tomorrow night

It’s time once again for you favorite meeting of liberal minds… Drinking Liberally! Join us in the Temple Bar (back room of the Piper Down) at 6:30 tomorrow. We’ve always got plenty of local, national, and world politics to talk about.

And if you want to be part of a Drinking Liberally table for this year’s Politisauce on April 12th, reply to this email. It’s sold out, but we’ve still got just 7 seats left at our table – first come first served. This year Sim Gill will keynote, Mayor Corroon will be honored, and Donald and Nichole Dunn will be receiving an award.

See you tomorrow at 6:30!
Laura, Jeremiah,
Christian, Kelly Jo,
Jason, Casey

Drinking Liberally SLC meets from 6:30-9:30 every every Friday in the back room of the Piper Down (1492 S. State Street).

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