It’s another full month for Out Astoria in October – so lets get right down to it, shall we?
Now that the hurricane is over and we’re all starting to get back to the normal swing of things, we can give you the run-down of Out Astoria September Events!
30-09 34 Street, Astoria, NY – 718-777-2570
Join us tonight for a fantastic dinner at Sweet Afton! We’ll be enjoying great company in the picturesque back patio (but in case of any rogue thunderstorms tonight, we’ll take refuge in the spacious interior).
Sweet Afton is mostly known for being the happy hour location of many – and all their fantastic reviews in various citywide mags, papers, and blogs have helped establish it as such – but most people don’t even know about their famous mac & cheese, or their Sweet Afton Burger, not to mention the fantastic fried pickles beloved by many of their regular patrons! Their menu is modestly priced and we’re sure you’ll find something for your taste, but please make sure you accurately RSVP so we can tell the manager how many seats we’ll need tonight!
40-17 30 Avenue, Astoria, NY – 347-642-4840
As we bid summer 2011 a fond adieu, you can come raise a class with the rest of your Queerstorians at our September Mixer at Mix Lounge! It’ll be a night of new friends and not-so-new friends. We’re offering an open well bar from 8-9pm with a $5 for OA Sponsor Members and $10 for non-members. Come for the open bar, stay for the late shenanigans that always play out later on!
TUES – SEPT 27 – OA BOOK CLUB MEETING – 7:30PM – FREE FOR OA MEMBERS
This month the Out Astoria Book Club will be meeting to discuss E. M. Forster’s A Room with a View. We’ve decided to go a more classical route this month and there’s also the added benefit of this book being free for most (if not all) e-readers (as well as being easily found at any used book store). You might even find a copy at Seaborne’s Book Store on Broadway in Astoria if you happen to be walking by! So come to the meeting and bring some wine/beer and/or maybe a snack to share with the group and talk about Forster’s loving tribute to a British society we don’t much see anymore…propriety notwithstanding. For those of you already participating – we wanted to let you know we’ve set up our Out Astoria Group Page at GoodReads.com – so make sure you sign up and join the group and keep up with everything everyone is saying about the next book we’ll be reading!
You’ll also be able to get to vote/run in the Out Astoria Elections for the Steering Committee positions that will be open at the end of this calendar year! If you have any questions about that feel free to email the OA Elections Committee here.
See you at dinner!