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Irving’s Sponsoring First State College Tweet-Up

twitter_iconWhat: Join the staff of Onward State at Irving’s this Thursday afternoon to enjoy coffee and snacks while meeting us and the rest of the State College Twitter community. We promise it’ll be a good time.

When: Thursday September 3 at 5:00.

Where: Irving’s bakery and cafe at 110 E. College Ave. You can find more information about Irving’s at the website or by following them on Twitter.

Cost: Like we said, not only is it free, but Irving’s will be providing complimentary coffee and munchies (including Nutella, natch).

Update 1:24 pm: This is in fact not the first State College tweet-up. A group of Penn State staff has been holding them fairly regularly for about a year. Perhaps we can at least agree that this is the first large-scale, publicized tweet-up?

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