Newt Gingrich Campaign Schedule – November 17, 18, and 19, 2011

Newt 2012 Schedule November 17, 18, and 19,  2011

Atlanta, GA – Newt 2012 released the public schedule for November 17th to 19th for presidential candidate Newt Gingrich.

Thursday, November 17th 
Jacksonville, FL – 2pm ET – Newt will participate in a town hall event hosted by the First Coast Tea Party at the Jacksonville Landing (Front) at 2 Independent Drive, #250. Note: This is an outdoor venue. The event will take place rain or shine.
Friday, November 18th 
National Harbor, MD – 10:20 a.m. ET –Callista Gingrich speaks to the Women Working for Change Conference taking place at the Gaylord National located at 201 Waterfront Street.  Callista will participate in a book signing following her remarks.Cambridge, MA – 5pm ET – Newt and Callista will host a screening of their documentary “A City Upon A Hill” at the JFK Jr. Forum at Harvard University’s Institute of Politics at 79 John F. Kennedy Street. After the film, Newt will participate in a speech and Q&A. Newt and Callista will then take part in a book signing at the Harvard Square Coop located at 1400 Massachusetts Ave.
Saturday, November 19th
Alexandria, VA – 2:00 p.m. ET – Callista Gingrich will have a book signing at Hooray for Kids Bookstore located at 1555 King Street.  Callista is the author of Sweet Land of Liberty, a New York Times bestselling children’s book on American Exceptionalism.Des Moines, IA – 4pm CT – Newt will participate in The Family Leader’s Thanksgiving Family Forum at the First Federated Church at 4801 Franklin Avenue.
Gingrich Campaign Website
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