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We meet the last Tuesday of each month, but please phone or e-mail to be sure it is taking place. We have been delighted to know that some members, not in our book club, have also been reading the books we have recommended. Reservations: If you are interested please contact: Angie Meier-Jones at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 079 322 44 52 TO BE READ AND DISCUSSED BOOK AUTHOR To be discussed When All is Said by Anne Griffin 28th January 2020 Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine by Gail Honeyman 25th February 2020 The Liar’s Wife by Samatha Hayes 31st March 2020
Do not miss this chance to catch up with old and new friends. It has proven to be a real backbone event for the North-West Region and is well attended with always a lot to discuss! Restaurant just opposite to the Swiss railway station. Cost: Pay for what you consume Reservations: Not required
Edward Hopper (1882-1967) is widely acknowledged as one of America’s most important painters. A large selection of his world-famous works, usually only on view in the US, will be presented at the Fondation Beyeler. The more than 60 paintings and watercolours on loan from museums and private collections feature iconic masterpieces as well as magnificent surprises. This will be the first time an exhibition focuses on Hopper’s fascinating landscapes, in which he explored the relation between man and nature. Hopper’s favourite motifs include lighthouses, beach houses and sailboats, as well as streets, gas stations, barns and railroads, After the exhibition we will be having coffee and cake at the museum coffee shop. Meet: At the entrance to the Fondation Cost: Self-Paying Event Reservations to: Angela Meier-Jones, e-mail email@example.com or tel: 079-322-4452 by the 10 February 2020 please.
This year we are very lucky to have David Love as our speaker. The title of his presentation will be Afghanistan……well it really is a lot like…….. It promises to be very enlightening an informative. Jenny and David Love have lived in Afghanistan and this presentation should give us a better insight into how the people there live and cope. Transport: The number 60 bus stops outside the Rebstock and the 14 tram stops in Muttenz village a five minute walk away. Cost: Menu to be decided Reservations to: Angela Meier-Jones, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 079-322-4452 by the 20 March 2020 please.