Re: [diningout-362] Dinner and Discussion

From: mar
Sent on: Monday, June 2, 2008 11:49 PM
i 2nd - that - hear each other........
how about potluck picnic  on the river or Boston Common?

2008/6/2 Dorie <[address removed]>:
Sounds like a great idea. Hope it gets off the planning stage. As for time- weekends would be best for me. Place?- somewhere we could hear each other speak.

Looking forward to seeing you all at an event soon.

Dorie

On Jun 2, 2008, at 7:15 PM, Bev wrote:

Hi!
 
I love this idea and for me Saturday afternoon or Sunday evenings are best......OR, a weeknight (but not too late)....outdoors at a restaurant would be great.....but I'm up for anyplace/any type of venue....maybe a brunch somewhere if on Saturday?
 
Discussion topics (if not politics....my favorite 'hot topic"), how about movies, or what it's like being single in Boston (if not appropriate because there are married members, sorry....never mind!), what's more important in a job: satisfaction or money, perhaps books we've read that we've loved & want to share.......a 'recipe' day;sharing favorite recipes.....music? something/someone new we've discovered that others should know about..........
 
Looking forward to meeting all of you at an event sometime soon........
 


 
Bev 
 
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From: [address removed]
To: [address removed]
Subject: [diningout-362] Dinner and Discussion
Date: Mon, 2 Jun[masked]:44:56 -0400

Hello all,

I'd like to do a bi-weekly or monthly dinner and discussion. I would offer my Cambridge condo for a potluck, but it's too small (273 sf). So, I'd like suggestions for a restaurant (preferably with an outdoor deck) - unless someone else would like to host it.

The other question is whether there should be a specific topic ��� (my thought is yes) - and if so, what. If there's enough interest, I'll do a poll with the options.

Thanks,
Steve

PS: Preferred time & day of the week also.

PPS: So;

1) Bi-weekly
2) Restaurant (??? - I need suggestions)
3) Topic: please not politics or religion (Environment/Travel/Literature - ???)
4) Saturday or Sunday - 7:00 (+/-) or maybe Sunday afternoon outdoors!





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