Heath (and friends):
I would also suggest the Texpresso Coffee Shop on W. Anderson Ln
just across the parking lot from the Alamo Draft House Theatre.
Their fees for the meeting area are $25 per mtg but the space is
large enough that we could just show up for coffee and their
marvelous collection of snacks.
Or any Austin Public Library meeting room since we can reserve
them for a year in advance starting in August, if I remember
correctly. Oops, they do require open meetings though, not good
for reviewing our work, I guess.
Haven't checked the location out yet but the Hancock Golf Course
hosted The Slug Tribe a few years ago according to the web site
www.SlugTribe.org. Surprisingly, the website is under new
management and claims to have been meeting for 17 years. I'm
From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On
Behalf Of Margarette Kaylor
Sent: Monday, May 28,[masked]:13 PM
To: [address removed]
Subject: Re: [writers-654] June 24, place, other ways of running
You could try Genuine Joe's Coffee House on Anderson Lane. No
cost other than that we could buy coffee or something. They have
a nice big room, too. Glad you are the organizer. :) MKaylor
--- heath <[address removed]> wrote:
A special announcement from heath, Organizer of The Austin
Writers Meetup Group
For the next meetup, I am looking for cafe meeting-place
suggestions. It may be that the informality of a cafe is -too-
informal, but Joleen runs a workshop-based writing meetup in a
meeting room, so I am still interested in the alternative.
Sunday June 24, 1pm - Place TBD
In addition, after July 13 my organizer status will expire. I'd
like to see if anyone else is interested in giving organization a
go. My sense is that the way I've done them so far may not
appeal to everyone, and different people do meetups in different
ways. If no-one else wants to, I can continue. Please email me
if you are interested in giving organizing a go. It would be
after the June 24 meetup.
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