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10:39 PM / Wednesday September 28, 2022

11 Aug 2022

PARLOR TALK @ THE POOL”: End of summer event featuring acclaimed Author Diane McKinney-Whetstone. Book signing of her new book “Our Gen”

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August 11, 2022 Category: Local Posted by:

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“PARLOR TALK @ THE POOL”: End of summer event featuring acclaimed Author Diane McKinney-Whetstone. Book signing of her new book “Our Gen”

About this event

Please join us for this exciting end of summer event.

  • Registration Price: $15 Adult Admission $5 Children Admission (ages 7-16)
  • Bring your own picnic basket
  • Or order food from the onsite snack bar
  • There will be complementary water ice & pretzels
  • Live DJ music & dancing
  • Stay after the event and enjoy the pool
  • Bring bathing suit and towel
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