The first 2010 statewide meeting of ACFW-Indiana will take place on March 6, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Veterans Room of The Rathskeller restaurant in Indianapolis.
Our special speakers for this luncheon event will be Cara Putman and Crystal Miller. The topic for the luncheon will be Surviving the Journey: tips for the unpublished and published.
Cara has authored nine books, and next month A Promise Forged will be her tenth. Crystal has worked for editors, authors, literary agents, judged in writing and published book contests, had book review columns, and published over 800 nonfiction and fiction book reviews. Their joint presentation promises to be inspirational and informational. Come prepared to dine on linen-covered tables with linen napkins—no paper and plastic at this meal. The smoke-free Rathskeller is easily accessible just off I-65 and I-70, in downtown Indianapolis.
Address: 401 E. Michigan Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Please RSVP to Rick Barry by email at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can be sure of having the right size room reserved. Cost of the meeting is $5.00 for members, $10 for nonmembers.You can invite a friend, but remember that non-members may attend only two of our functions without becoming paying members.
History: The Rathskeller Bavarian restaurant is located inside Indy's Historic Anthenaeum Building. Built in 1894, the building was designed by Bernhard Vonnegut (grandfather of author Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.) and is home to Indy's oldest restaurant, our oldest existing gymnasium (the east end of the building houses the YMCA) and is home to the German Heritage Society. The menu features various Bavarian dishes but also a wide variety of soups, salads, sandwiches, and dishes that should satisfy a wide variety of tastes and budgets. You can eat a little or a lot. You decide!