Buffalo Reading Invasion 2013 Dates

Buffalo Reading Invasion

Hello everyone! After a winter off (from gathering, not reading, l hope), we are finally back with a schedule and a plan and a renewed excitement about getting together once again for the 2nd year of Buffalo Reading Invasions.

Last year we held three invasions; this year, we plan on having them once a month until the weather drives us indoors. Like last year, we’ll be announcing the locations right before the event (in keeping with our flash-mob roots), but we are setting the dates more in advance. And so, this year’s Buffalo Reading Invasion schedule:

Monday June 3rd,   7pm – 8pm, location TBA

Monday July 1st,  7pm – 8pm, location TBA

Early August

Early September

Early October

Please help spread the word, encourage and invite others, and most importantly, find a good book to bring to the occasion.

We’ll be announcing locations via:

http://www.buffaloreadinginvasion.com

on Twitter @Buffreadinginvasion

and…

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About mattS

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Posted on May 29, 2013, in Books, Buffalo. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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