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The San Joaquin Chapter of Sisters in Crime is dedicated to combating discrimination against women in the mystery field and promoting the professional advancement of women who write mysteries.

Their meetings are held 10 am the first Saturday of the month
at Yosemite Falls Cafe, on the west side of Highway 99:
4278 W. Ashlan Ave
Fresno, CA 93722

NEW LUNCH PROCEDURE

1. No need to reserve, you will have the whole Yosemite Falls lunch menu to choose from.
2. Please arrive by 9:45 and sit at your table until a server takes your lunch order. Then if you wish you can mingle and visit.
3. Each member will be given their own bill to pay at end of lunch. Food & drinks will be itemized separately so drinks are optional. Water will still be provided at the tables. Tip will be automatically added to the bill.
4. Note: there is good selection of senior lunches which are smaller portions and cheaper in cost. And most salads come in two sizes.
5. Visitors will be charged a $10 fee at the door.

Yosemite Falls Restaurant
On Ashlan, West side of 99

November Program

PAUL KASER

FATHER BROWN STORIES

Paul Kaser will be the speaker at our October meeting. Paul is a retired professor from Reedley College where he taught film appreciation classes. Over the years he has presented many interesting programs for the Fresno County Library on literary cinema topics. He currently is active in local veteran’s groups and also volunteers at Heart of the Horse. His presentation for our meeting will be on Father Brown stories.. Father Brown is an amateur detective who is featured in 53 short stories published between 1918 -1936 written by English novelist G. K. Chesterton. The Father Brown television series can be seen on PBS most Sunday nights at 7 PM. This series (featuring Mark Williams) is set during the 1950s, in the fictional village of Kembleford, where Father Brown , priest at St. Mary’s Catholic Church solves murder cases. A bumbling police inspector, who often arrests the wrong suspect, gets annoyed by Father Brown’s success.

San Joaquin chapter of Sisters in Crime meets the first Saturday of the month at Yosemite Falls Restaurant (which is located at Ashlan & Freeway 99.) 10:00 AM.


Calling Writers of Tulare and Kings County!

Their meetings are free and take place on the third Saturday of the month at 10 a.m.

Upstairs in the Blue Room of the big library on Oak St., In Visalia

For more info check out their Facebook group.


Yosemite Romance Writers 2014 Speakers!

They meet 10:30 am on the third Saturday every month except November.
They are at Marie Callenders restaurant at: 3602 W. Shaw Avenue, Fresno, CA 93711 (Between Marty & Brawley)
Meetings include lunch and are $20.00 members and $30.00 non-members.
Registration is done online at their website, and information about each speaker can be found there as well.

**Space and time are limited**

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