Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Spring/Summer Meeting Notice

 “… some of my most classic cases have had the least promising commencement.”              
-- Sherlock Holmes in “The Adventure of the Six Napoleons.”       

And in this season of commencements, we heartily invite you to join us at the annual
spring/summer dinner meeting of The Amateur Mendicant Society of Detroit.

Saturday, June 23, 2018
6:30 p.m.         
Commonwealth Club
30088 Dequindre, Warren, MI                                                                                                         
Club phone: (586) 751-9560
                                                   
Our assigned story and brief discussion is on “The Adventure of the Six Napoleons,” in which what seems to be simple vandalism actually involves murder, the Mafia and a rare missing jewel.
Leading us through the story’s talking points will be Christine Jeryan.

The evening’s presentation will feature member Brad Schwartz and his investigation into “The Great Detectives: How Sherlock Holmes inspired Eliot Ness.”

There will also be the usual (and unusual) toasts, prizes and more.

Please make dinner checks payable to: Amateur Mendicant Society of Detroit and mail to the address below. Or to use PayPal, contact amateurmendicantsociety@gmail.com for instructions.

To join us, please mail your check for $28 per person by FRIDAY, JUNE 15th to:

AMATEUR MENDICANT SOCIETY OF DETROIT
c/o Bev Ellis
48132 Colony Farms Circle
Plymouth, MI  48170-3305

The dinner includes chicken Kiev, ginger pork, rice medley, green beans, carrots, a summer salad and assorted pastries. As always, there will also be a cash bar.

“Come at once if convenient … if inconvenient, come all the same.”

2 Comments:

At 12:58 PM, Blogger Thomas Wheeler said...

You may want to take a look at the http://www.SherlocksLondon.com website. It contains an interactive map that identifies over 400 places in London associated with the great detective, explains their Sherlockian significance and identifies in which adventure(s) they were mentioned. Currently, the map has been accessed over 300,000 times by visitors from all over the world.

 
At 5:11 AM, Blogger Out Rebound said...

Gorgeous place, I just went here with someone. The venue NYC itself was beautiful and spacious, the seats were comfortable and wide. From where I was sitting at least, the views were great. I think the music really did a great job of filling up the space.

 

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