It is official! The 2017 convention of The Wodehouse Society will be held between
Thursday, October 19 and Sunday, October 22, in Washington, D.C. Click
for all the details. Also
be sure to check out the Bally
Aunts Twitter feed for frequent activities — favorite quotes, polls, quizzes,
&c! The registration form
is now available to download as well.
The West Texas Woosters will meet on March 25 and April 22, at 6 p. m.
in the Gates Hall Theater Auditorium
(beg pardon, the Drones Club) at Wayland Baptist University to discuss "Jeeves Takes Charge"
and "Jeeves and the Song of Songs."
We will also continue our evening games of chance, skill and bonhomie. Please, consider joining
us for a Wodehousian evening or
evenings of good fun and great fellowship. For more details contact Troy Gregory.
The Orange Plums (Orange County, Calif.) will meet on Saturday, April 1, at 2 p. m.
to discuss chapters 4 through 7 of Pigs Have Wings. The location will be Ruby's
at the Depot. E-mail Lia Hansen using the following link for details.
The Plum Steet Plummies (Olympia, Wash.) will meet on Saturday, April 15, at 1 p. m.
at the home of Major Thomas L. R. Smith, USA (ret). They will watch a few episodes from
season one of the Jeeves and Wooster television series produced by the BBC in the
early 1990s. Contact Major Tom by e-mail using the following link to get further details.
The Orange Plums (Orange County, Calif.) will gather on Saturday, May 6, at 2 p. m.
to discuss the final chapters of Pigs Have Wings (Ch. 8 - 11). They will meet at
their usual browsing and sluicing grounds — Ruby's at the Depot. E-mail Lia Hansen
using the following link for details.
The Melonsquashville (TN) Literary Society ,meeting in Knoxville, TN, will hold its next event,
a reading program based on the novel Joy in the Morning, on Saturday, May 13. For more details
contact Ken Clevenger.