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Meeting August 2014

Join us for dinner on
Wednesday,
August 13, 2014
6:30 pm
at 18 Seaboard

Elliot Acosta ... Creator
of the food blog
eatRaleighBlog.com

Elliot AcostaElliot Acosta will share his story of how a regular guy with no culinary or journalistic experience became to be a respected Raleigh culinary voice. Having been featured in the official Raleigh tourism guide and Eater.com National, Elliot will discuss how he discovered Raleigh’s people, culture, and history through Raleigh’s culinary delights and the hidden treasures of the foodie scene.

Elliot Acosta
eatRaleighBlog.com

Registration is now open!

If you are unable to make a reservation before the deadline, you may still pay the non-discounted price at the door and attend our dinner! It's never too late!

Meeting July 2014

Join us for dinner on
Wednesday, July 9, 2014
6:30pm at 18 Seaboard

Our program will be on the
NC Gay and Lesbian Film Festival

Registration is now open!

NC Gay & Lesbian Film Festival 2014

The NCGLFF is the second largest gay, lesbian, and transgender film festival in the Southeast, attracting thousands of patrons yearly. The film festival features a diverse array of shorts, documentaries and feature films. NCGLFF takes place at the Carolina Theatre of Durham from August 15-24, 2014.

The Carolina Theatre of Durham
309 West Morgan Street
Durham, NC 27701

Please note: 123Signup services will be unavailable for reservations for up to 3 hours on July 4 starting at midnight EDT and July 5 starting at midnight EDT.

Meeting May 2014

Join us for dinner on
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
6:30pm at 18 Seaboard

Our speaker will be
Scott Harmon

Registration is now open!

Scott HarmonScott Harmon is an architect and real estate developer in downtown Durham, NC.

Scott thrives at the intersection of urban design, economic development, arts & culture, entrepreneurship, and innovation. With his business partner, David Arneson, their firms, Center Studio Architecture, and ReVamp Durham, have won numerous awards for their designs and projects in downtown Durham.

Scott’s driving goal is to leave things better than he found them.

Durham has evolved from the maligned step-child of the Triangle to the hot new destination for creatives, entrepreneurs, and other kool kids.

Architect and real estate developer Scott Harmon shares his perspective on Durham’s past and future, through the eyes and projects of someone at the center of downtown Durham’s revitalization.

Meeting April 2014

Join us for dinner on
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
6:30pm at 18 Seaboard

HIV: Stigma vs. Facts

Our Speaker will be
David Holland
Dr. Dave Holland
from Duke Health

He is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Department of Medicine
Division of Infectious Disease and International Health, at Duke University.
He has over 10 years of experience with HIV treatment and research.

Learn about transmission risks including the risk of transmission from
HIV-positive individuals who have undetectable
viral loads and pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP).