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ACLU of Colorado Boulder Chapter Meet-Up at Rincon Del Sol

Please join the Boulder County Chapter of the ACLU of Colorado for a gathering this Thursday, April 24 at 7 pm at the Rincon Del Sol restaurant.

The ACLU of Colorado Boulder County Chapter is proud to have been the lead sponsor of RED HOT PATRIOT: The Kick-Ass Wit of Molly Ivins at The Dairy Center for the Arts. For many years before her death, Molly Ivins hosted a once-a-month party at her home. In the tradition of spreading this great idea, we are inviting supporters and other like-minded folks to discuss local civil liberties and social and economic justice issues in an informal setting at the Rincon Del Sol restaurant.

LOCATION: Rincon Del Sol (rincondelsol.com) at Folsom and Arapahoe.
DATE: Thursday, April 24
TIME: 7:00 pm until 9:00 pm

There will be a space reserved for our group and complimentary appetizers will be served. Drinks and dinner can be ordered if you wish.

QUESTIONS: Contact Dorsey Delavigne at ddelavignejr@gmail.com or mobile phone (703) 216-3825. Reservations are not required and we hope you will attend.





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