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Murphys Business Association Monthly Meeting

December 5 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am

|Recurring Event (See all)
The first Thursday of the month
FREE

The Murphys Business Association meets on the first Thursday of each month at 8:30 am at the Murphys Historic Hotel to discuss topics of interest to local business owners.  All interested persons are welcome to attend our meetings.  If you have a topic you’d like to see added to the agenda, please e-mail us at info@visitmurphys.com at least ten days in advance of our meeting so we can make sure to make time for you.

The Murphys Business Association is the organizer of Murphys Irish Day, Murphys Dia de los Muertos and Murphys Open House.  Those events will be the primary topic of discussion at the monthly meetings preceding and following the event.  Anybody who would like to participate in the planning of events or would like to share ideas should consider attending an event committee planning meeting.  Please e-mail us to find out when and where we will be meeting next.

The Hotel graciously provides the coffee and water and breakfasts are available for purchase. Please tip generously!

Please note that the first meeting in December is generally a tree decorating party in preparation for Open House.  Plan to join us and help make our town tree gorgeous!

Depending on the year, our January meeting may be canceled due to conflicts with the New Years’ holiday.  E-mail us to confirm we will be meeting. Business owners and staff may sign up for our weekly member e-mail to be reminded of meetings and receive other information of interest.

Details

Date:
December 5
Time:
8:30 am - 9:30 am
Cost:
FREE
Website:
https://visitmurphys.com/join-mba/

Organizer

Murphys Business Association
Email:
info@visitmurphys.com
Website:
https://visitmurphys.com

Venue

Murphys Historic Hotel
457 Main Street
Murphys, CA 95247 United States
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Phone:
1-800-532-7684
Website:
http://murphyshotel.com/

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