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Granary District Coffee Klatch 4/2014 at SE corner of 800 South and 500 West

April 17, 2014 from 5:30pm to 6:30pm
This klatch will be a site trip to the location of this season's Granary Row.We'll be meeting onsite at 5:30pm to get a feel for the layout, flow, etc. and get some more ideas for how the space can work best.See you then!See More
Apr 8, 2014
Tim Wallace might attend James Alfandre's event
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Granary District Coffee Klatch at Sustainable Startups (The Foundry) Artspace Commons

January 28, 2014 from 8pm to 9pm
Join us for the neighborhood's monthly coffee klatch -What is a coffee klatch, you might be asking?Well, it's a casual social gathering for drinks and conversation, and as we continue the planning for Granary Row Season 2 and talk about other goings-on in the 'hood.Click here for a recap of last month's klatch.See More
Jan 23, 2014
Tim Wallace commented on James Alfandre's blog post RECAP: 12/3/13 Granary District Coffee Klatch
"I REALLY like the idea of putting it under the 9th South viaduct- you get some built in protection that could have made a few nights from this past season a little more bearable. I can't help but be a little concerned about moving it too far…"
Dec 13, 2013
Tim Wallace is now a member of The Granary District
Dec 11, 2013

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What's your interest in joining this group?
General curiosity
Do you own a business or property in the Granary District? And if so, what business or property?
I work at Interior Solutions- 522 S 400 W
What would your ideal neighborhood look like?
I like Chinese and Japanese high density architecture with lots of community areas and liesure activities, and close public transit.

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