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Fifth Fridays - Authors You Should Know and Books You Should Read - Russ Beaton

  • 30 Sep 2011
  • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM (PDT)
  • Cherry City Cafe (1615 High Street NE)


  • Although we are not accepting payment online for this event there will be a $6.00 charge (cash/check) at the door.

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Fifth Fridays

“Authors You Should Know and

 Books You Should Read”


            Salem City Club is pleased to announce its Fifth Friday series.  This series of three, fifth, Fridays will be focused on local authors.  Beginning Friday, September 30, Russ Beaton will share his book “Economics and Ecology-United for a Sustainable World.”  Continuing on Friday, March 30, 2012 Gwen Carr’s newly released book “Perseverance” - a history of African Americans in Oregon’s Marion and

Polk Counties.”  Then on Friday, June 29, 2012 Oregon’s first and only women governor, Barbara Roberts, will discuss her newest book, “Up the Capitol Steps.”

Programs will be held at the Cherry City Café, 1615 High Street, NE (corner of High and

Unionfrom 5:30-7 PM.  $6 each covers program and hors d’ouvres, no host drinks, and Cherry City’s dinner menu will be available.  Program begins at 6 PM, and includes time for questions from the audience.

The speaker’s books will be available for sale at the event.

            Salem City Club invites the community to attend.  Come listen, learn, and meet local authors. To learn more about the Fifth Friday Series and Salem City Club visit our web site at:  www.salemcityclub.com

Thank you to the Statesmen Journal Media for their media sponsorship of this series.  Mark you calendar, sync your iPhone you won’t want to miss this series of local authors.

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