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Do you like meeting new people and making new friends? Do you like to read books and watch movies? Do you enjoy going to museums and learning new languages? Do you like listening to music? Do you enjoy having a delicious meal or trying new drinks? Do

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Culture & Boozy Bookworms!
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This Group is for all those book lovers who would like to come together under one roof and exchange their books with each other for free. Its a great way to meet new people, discuss about books, get rid of your old books and take something new back h

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nyc~OUT~dining welcomes all members of the lgbt community and our friends to join together and make new, long lasting friendships through the magical power of food. We feel that food plays a very important role in our lives. The smell of a certain fo

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There are few things better in life than enjoying a book and having the chance to discuss it with other book lovers. It’s a great opportunity to get a different perspective and to learn. The Reader has grown a lot in the past four years, we now have

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"Reading Women" is a WOMEN ONLY* book group and social club in London. Our book group explores feminist literature throughout the ages. We meet in central London every 4 to 6 weeks to discuss the texts. We also organise a range of social events to

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Come out in Southern NH and have a beer or a glass of wine and discuss a book. Our book choices range from fiction, nonfiction, biography, history, and everything in between.  Anyone who loves to read, relax, and socialize with great people is welcom

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If you are interested in reading new books, discovering new genres, meeting new friends and chatting over drinks then we would be delighted for you to join our book club!  Membership is open and we're always glad to get new members of all ages. This

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New to Sydney? Or just want to discuss great books with like minded friends? This group was started because there's nothing better than sharing a great book. Come to laugh, have fun and exchange stories over a glass or two! From the humble beginnings­

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Who should join: Women 20+ who have an interest in books and a desire to meet like-minded women in a laid back environment. Purpose of the group: To engage in good conversations about great books.  During the meet-ups, we will have group members vote

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New to LA? Or just want to discuss great books with like minded friends? This group was started because there's nothing better than sharing a great book. Come to laugh, have fun and exchange stories over a glass or two! From the humble beginnings of

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November 22, 2014
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This group is for ladies 18-25 who enjoy getting together for a coffee/wine and conversation in the afternoons. It’s a chance to meet new people and form new friendships, without a huge time or money commitment (after all, it's just a cup of coffee o

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November 21, 2014

A book club for women who loving reading and wine. Let’s get together to discuss our current reads and enjoy good wine. The goal is to meet over drinks and/or meals to discuss books, make friends, and have a good time. The club is for women of all ag

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November 21, 2014

A book club group for women, preferably aged 30-50. Planning to meet monthly & utilise the book club program through CAE. Maximum of 10-12 women. Looking forward to meeting new people, reading thought provoking books & having lively discussions.

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November 21, 2014

This book club is for WOMEN ONLY to discuss serious & light-hearted books! We will alternate every other month with the classics (Pride & Prejudice, The Color Purple, etc) and non-fiction ("I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" is the suggestion for our 1

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November 20, 2014

This is a group for anyone in the East Bay (or who wants to visit the East Bay...) who wants to read and discuss fiction! I love book clubs but didn't want to glom onto any of the large, already-thriving ones on here. I think it would be much more fu

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November 20, 2014
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"Conversations around timeless articles from weeklies and dailies and search for intelligent life among neighbors" is for people who read serious journalism in search for “the best, which has been thought and said”, and want to discuss their finds wi

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November 20, 2014

Inspired by Becca Clara Love And Cori Sue Morris' Bitches Who Brunch, Bitches Who Read is a small book club for 20-something DC residents. If you're looking for a casual reading experience filled with happy hours, brunches, and dinners among new frie

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Book Lovers
November 20, 2014

How have the Jews survived for over 5,000 years?  Max Dimont chronicles their journey with honor, truth, and humor as we learn that the Jews' history is mans' history.  Explore the relationships the Jews had with civilizations through the ages.  You

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November 20, 2014

Celebrating all-things Jane Austen! If you love Jane and her works, this is the place for you. We'll have general discussions, book club meetings and (hopefully) film screenings!

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November 19, 2014

Do you like reading books that spark big ideas like the TED Talks? Add a glass of wine and join me for a monthly meetup.

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