ATLANTA special interest groups
Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
Special Interest Groups are a TTN member benefit. You must be a member in good standing to participate in SIGs.
Contact us as email@example.com to learn more about the following SIGs in our chapter, or get in touch with the contacts in the individual SIG's below:
Susan Ahmed has agreed to host the November meeting on November 8th, at which the discussion will be Lawrence Anthony's, "The Elephant Whisperer". The December book will be "Ordinary Grace" by William Kent Krueger, and Marianna will be hosting.
Meet & Eat SIG
The Meet and Eat SIG will meet for dinner on November 14th at 6:30PM. We will experience Chinese Dim Sum cuisine at Dim Sum at Canton House, 4825 Buford Highway, Chamblee, 30341.
Please register for this event on the TTN website. Registration must be received by November 12th and RSVP to Laura Greenburg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mahjongg SIGThe Mah Jongg SIG has been a cohesive and growing group since 2015. It is the longest running SIG and a delightful one to be a member. Consider joining these ladies as they improve their skills. The group enjoys lunch, conversation, and of course playing the game.
Nov. 4, Sue Hosting, play time 11:00 to 2:45
Nov. 11, Peggy Hosting, starting at 12:00
Dec. 2, Nancy Hosting, starting at 11:30, reach out to Elaine for locations. The group typically meets at 11:00 AM on Monday.
We are considering a game in addition to Mondays. If you want to play but Monday is not a good day please contact Elaine and let her know. Also if you are a beginner, and feel a little intimidated playing with an established group, let us know.
Out and About
The Booth Museum Wednesday, November 20 at 1 PM.
Take a docent led tour of the Booth Museum. Cost: $12.00 adults, $10.00 seniors 65 and older
The Booth Museum is located at 501 Museum Drive, Cartersville.
The Booth is the largest museum of its kind in the Southeast and an Affiliate to the Smithsonian Institution. The Booth’s permanent collection of Western art, Presidential portraits and letters, and Civil War art allows visitors to “See America’s Story” – the land, people, struggles, dreams, and legends – in paintings, sculpture, photography and artifacts. Special exhibit on display during our visit is Warhol and the West.