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Extraordinary Speaker Meetings

Current Speaker Series (Fall 2014)

All meetings are held in the first floor meeting room of the Rockville Memorial Library, 21 Maryland Avenue, Rockville, MD.
Cost: Members, free; Nonmembers, $15/meeting
Registration: Highly recommended

We recommend that members reserve a seat in advance. Reserved seats will be held until 7:05 p.m. the evening of the meeting. After 7:05 p.m. seats will be open to walk-ins.
Member Reservation

We recommend that nonmembers register and pay in advance:
Nonmember Registration

Limited metered parking is available, but we recommend that you park in one of three adjacent parking garages; Garages A and B are most convenient with the entrances located off of Maryland Avenue near American Tap Room restaurant. Keep your parking ticket with you and present it at the information desk within the library, which will validate your parking for up to two free hours; an additional hour costs $2.

Public Transportation:
The nearest Metrorail station is Rockville.
Ride-On Bus routes 45 and 55.

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