Saturday January 21st: The Book Society
Dear Members and Friends,
Our first meeting of this cycle will be January 21st. Mr. Andy Garcia will discuss the life and work of the Spanish novelist, poet and playwright Miguel de Cervantes Commemorating the 400th centenary of his death.
Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra is considered the greatest figure of Spanish literature. It is universally known, especially for having written "The ingenious hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha", which many critics have described as the first modern novel and one of the best works of universal literature. He has been given the nickname of Prince of the Wits.
We are pleased to inform that we will return to the Venetian Room of the Bonaventure Building, located at 5200 Keller Springs Road, Dallas, TX (MAP).
The meeting begins at 7:30 PM with dinner and the presentation will begin as soon as we finish dessert. Please call Ms. Ivonne Marull (469) 544-6605 to RSVP as possible before Thursday January 19.
Ladies bring a dish to share, their partners bring a wine, and people coming alone bring a dessert. Please remind Ms. Ivonne what are you thinking in bringing, so to have the appropriate variety of dishes and desserts.
The Bonaventure building is private property, so the visitor parking is limited. Arriving at the gate of the parking lot, simply tell the guard you are bring food to the Venetian Room. This way you can simply enter the premises and park in spaces for visitors. If you require assistance to park, you can use the Valet Parking service provided by the building, the cost will be covered by Centro Argentino.
Come join us.