(4th and final post - see previous posts)
Enter the building at the front entrance, the one with the large awning and that faces Pease Blvd.
Go through the entrance lobby, and soon you'll see the elevator on your left. Take the elevator to the third floor. The classroom entrance is directly across the elevator door on the third floor.
Class begins at 6:30PM. The front doors to the building will be kept open by management until 7PM.
If you come late and get locked out, call [masked].
If you're coming into Pease from Route 33, come up Grafton Road to the end, make a left onto Corporate Drive. Corporate Drive turns into New Hampshire Ave. Take the second right off NH Ave. onto Pease and the building will be the first one on your right.
0 · March 7
(Post #3 - see previous posts)
When you enter Pease Tradeport from the Spaulding Turnpike or Gosling Road (the one you use to get to Best Buy), you're on Pease Blvd. You'll cross over International Drive at a lighted intersections, then see two light-colored buildings with blue accents on your left. These are Two International Place and One International Place. It's confusing because the International Place buildings are not on International Drive.
We're in the second building, One International Place. You can enter directly from Pease Blvd. Now that you've done this once, you'll see how simple it really is (just "enter Pease Tradeport and turn left into the parking lot")
Park where you can. There's parking all around the building, and many spots should be vacant since it's after normal business hours.
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0 · March 7
(Post #2 - see previous post)
*If you have any questions or problems, call me at [masked]. If I don't answer for any reason, leave a quick message and I'll call you right back.*
First, find the right building. This may be confusing if you're unfamiliar with the Pease Tradeport or are using a GPS device. Don't worry, we'll get you to the right spot.
Here's a map with the front entrance of the correct building pinpointed: http://binged.it/WTuuW8 Note that International Place is the name of the building, which is not located on International Drive. Rather, it is located on Pease Blvd at the corner of New Hampshire Ave.
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0 · March 7
Directions were emailed earlier this week, but for anyone who didn't get them:
To get to Pease, follow I-95 North into New Hampshire. Go through the Exeter/Hampton toll, and continue north.
Just after Exit 3, the highway will split: Stay left onto Route 16 / The Spaulding Turnpike.
After the split, take the first real exit, which should be labelled "Pease Intl Tradeport / Gosling Road".
At the end of the exit ramp, make a left at the light onto Pease Blvd, and follow it under the highway into the Pease Tradeport.
Next, find the right building using the instructions below.
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0 · March 7
UPDATE: We're not supposed to get any serious snow or accumulation until later tonight. So far today, there's barely been a half inch of accumulation on the Seacoast.
I just spoke with the equipment guy from Lens Pro 2 Go, and he's planning on coming from Concord, MA. To make it extra worth the trip, he'll have a door prize for one lucky attendee, worth at least $100.
2 · March 7
While we are quivering in anticipation of the lighting gathering on Thursday, I have to pass this word on: The Kittery Art Association is having a photography show right now, and a reception with wine and cheese on Sunday evening (March 3rd) from 4 to 6 p.m. For the full story, please go here: http://speedstylemagazine.com/i...
2 · February 28
Hi All, John does a lot of work for these sessions which have been very sucessful in the past. He is gracious in offering ths course, with some expected expense out of his own wallet. His lesson plan approach was given to us. It is a lot of work and expense for him to offer refunds as he has done so nicely, but compared to what we spend on camera equipment and software, and gasoline, and lunch and dinner, etc., isn't $20 a little embarassing to ask for a refund and make him jump thru hoops to do so? Also, is it fair to the rest of us if you skip session 1, to ask during session 2 info that was covered in session 1? I don't know it all, and if I can learn one new thing this year (my max) it is worth the cost. But these are just my humble opinons. Thank you John for all your great work and help. Just asking. Hope nobody is offended by my comments.
0 · February 25
Refunds offered if:
Payments you make go to the organizer, not to Meetup. You must make refund requests to the organizer.