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Barnard Club of Chicago: Event with Brook Berman '92

 
Please join fellow alumnae at Borders in Lincoln Park to meet and talk with Brooke Berman about her new book, No Place Like Home, a Memoir in 39 Apartments.

Brooke is a Chicago-land native and a member of the Barnard Class of 1992. Her play “Hunting and Gathering” is in production from now until June 27th at Greenhouse Theater, 2257 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago. We’ll have two tickets to “Hunting and Gathering” to give away.

RSVP to Nancy Herring '79 at herringbalfe@ameritech.net.


Hope you will join us!

 
Contact Information
Nancy Herring
herringbalfe@ameritech.net
 
 
Date & Location
Date: 6/14/2010
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Borders in Lincoln Park
2817 N. Clark St., Chicago, IL

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