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Bar Flies: Here's the Lineup for the December 17 Reading at Valley Bar

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New Times is back with the December installment of Bar Flies, our monthly reading series at Valley Bar. This time we'll honor our long(ish) standing tradition of celebrating the holidays with the theme "Eating Christmas" — tales of the winter holidays, and food. 

The lineup: Tricia Parker,  Robrt Pela, Amy Silverman, Amy Young, and Joy Young. Amy Silverman is curating and music will be provided by Kevin Vaughn-Brubaker. The reading will take place on Thursday, December 17, at 7 p.m. Tickets are $5, and a portion of proceeds will go to St. Mary's Food Bank.

Buy tickets here. 

Interested in participating in an upcoming Bar Flies? E-mail Amy at amy.silverman@newtimes.com. 

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