The Orange Plums (Orange County, Calif.) will get together at Ruby's Train Station Diner
on Saturday, July 7, at 2 p. m. They will be discussing the
first five essays from the recently released A Plum Assignment: Discourses on P.G.
Wodehouse and His World by Curtis Armstrong and Elliot Milstein.
Contact Lia Hansen by clicking the following link for details.
On Sunday, July 22, the chaps of Chapter One will gather on the second floor of
Cavanaugh's on Headhouse Square,
421 South Second Street, (near Lombard) at Noon for
their bi-monthly meeting. Mark Reber will lead a discussion comparing Rex Stout with
The next meeting of the Melonsquashville (Tenn.) Literary Society (the chapter in Knoxville, Tenn.)
will be at the Seyquoyah Hills Presbyterian Church, in Knoxville on Saturday, August
4, at noon. The program will be a reading of "Unpleasantness and Bludleigh Court." Contact
Ken Clevenger using the "additional information" link below for details.
The third annual Wodehouse Open is scheduled to occur on August 11, 2018. This miniature
golf tournament, sponsored by the Plum Street Plummies (Olympia, Wash.), will take place
at the Marvin Road Miniature Golf Course in Lacey, Wash., with tee off at 2
p. m. Greens fees are $8 per golfer. Following play the
combatants will retire to a local tavern for browsing and sluicing and the presentation
of the Wodehouse Cup to the winner.
Contact Major Tom by e-mail using the following link to get further details.