Salt Lake City Drinking Liberally

Promoting democracy in Utah one pint at a time.

May 23, 2019

Drinking Liberally tomorrow

Hi friends,

Join us tomorrow for our regular Drinking Liberally meeting – we’ve got a fun activity. And be sure to bring your favorite worst tweets from the Tourette Tweeter who currently heads the executive branch!

As always, we’ll be in the back room of the Piper Down, which is located at 1492 S State Street. See you tomorrow!

Laura, Jeremiah,
Pam & Dan,
Jason, Christian

Drinking Liberally SLC meets from 6:00-9:00 every every Friday in the back room of the Piper Down (1492 S. State Street).

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