Greetings friends of the Emporium and the Underdog!! Welcome once again to another addition of our very special monthly e-newsletter.

As election season, autumn, and 2008 approach their end, I implore you all to take a moment to reflect upon the wonderful place the Underdog Cafe has in all of our hearts. This may seem a bit non-sequitur-y to you. You might be right. Come to our post-election party on Wednesday (see calendar below for details) and decide for yourself!

In the meantime, or after the fact, check out our web site updates, art show, and other events in this lovely colorfully-foliaged November.

WEB SITE UPDATES:

New videos of Carl Schumacher, George Bieri, and friends performing at a wine-tasting in May.
http://www.emporiumwines.com/media.htm
(Coming soon: videos of Home Inc.’s fundraiser and our Halloween party!)

The poll from last month is still up and waiting for you to fill it out!
http://www.emporiumwines.com/polls.htm

NOVEMBER’S ART SHOW:

Walt Tulecke’s People Of The Forest: expression of character in wood
(Photos coming to http://www.emporiumwines.com/media.htm soon.)

NOVEMBER CALENDAR OF EVENTS:

Monday, November 3, 5:00pm
ProAct Poetry Open Mike

Wednesday, November 5, 12:00pm
Post-Election Party
Join us for inconsolable weeping or exuberant hugs. (Either way, free cake.)

Friday, November 7, 6:30pm
Wine Tasting & Live Music: House Band with Carl Shumacher

Saturday, November 8, 7:00pm
Black Mesa Caravan Potluck Fundraiser
A group of Yellow Springs residents will be traveling to Black Mesa, Arizona to support indigenous struggles for environmental and cultural justice, during Thanksgiving week. The potluck celebration on November 8 will raise the funds and awareness we need to make this trip possible. There will be live music, a raffle, information on the movement, and more. Contribute what you can! $10 suggested donation and/or potluck contribution. More information on the caravan and the Black Mesa Indigenous Support organization: http://www.blackmesais.org

Thursday, November 13, 8:00pm
Reception following Local Knowledge lecture
Lecture featuring Andy Carlson of Capital University: “Health, Wealth and Family; Life in an Ethiopian Community”, takes place at the Yellow Springs Senior Center at 7:00 PM. More information on the Local Knowledge series: http://www.yellowspringsohio.org/local_knowledge.html

Friday, November 14, 6:30pm
Wine Tasting & Live Music: Steve McColaugh

Friday, November 21, 6:30pm
(Local) Wine Tasting & Live Music: Comedy Night with Joanne Augenstein
Join us for tasty local Ohio wine and meet the wine-maker, Nancy Bentley of Kinkaid Ridge

Friday, November 28, 6:30pm
Wine Tasting & Live Music: Wildwater

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