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St. David's Society of MN

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Upcoming Society Events

On Sunday, February 15th at 2 pm until 4 pm, the next session of Welsh-language learners (Sgwrs Cymraeg - Welsh conversation) is scheduled. This next meeting is being hosted by Melvyn Jones and Esmé Evans. Their address is: 1439 Grantham St., St. Paul 55108. Home phone is 651/645-1245. See the Jan. 2015 newsletter for more information. Last month was the first meeting and apparently it was quite lively. All are welcome regardless of their skill level.

The next Pub Night is on Saturday, February 21st at 4 pm at Merlins Rest located on East Lake Street at 36th Ave. S in Minneapolis. Come and join fellow members and friends for food and a pint. Tables have been reserved for our group!

Monday, Feb. 23rd is the deadline for submitting your reservation for the St. David's Day banquet. Print the reservation form from the Jan. newsletter and follow the information there for mailing.

St. David's Day banquet will be held on Saturday, Feb. 28th at the Ramada Plaza hotel, 1330 Industrial Blvd NW, Mpls, 55413. See the Jan. 2015 newsletter for more information. Please plan to arrive at 11:30 to receive your name tag and allow time to greet friends old and new. We are back in the intimate Itasca Room this year which is located closest to the parking on Industrial Blvd (not the main lobby). It is a further walk from the main lobby but you can get there.

Next Book Club Picks:

Faith, Hope & Love by Llwyd Owen. We will review this book on Saturday, April 4th. Use the Book Club link above, for more details.

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Famous Welsh

Welsh architect, Harry Wild Jones designed a number of buildings in Mpls., including the marble chapel at Lakewood & the Lake Harriet original bandshell.