UPDATE: We will be taking a guided tour that starts at noon. If you are late, just come and join us. We will be at the exhibit for an hour and a half to two hours and will then go across the street for lunch. We should be done with the event around 4pm. If anyone wants to join me at Cowboy Country afterwards, that would be great.
Join us for an incredible day at the Annenberg Space for Photography (free admission). Following our visit, we will have dinner together at a local restaurant (announced) on Avenue of the Stars.
It will be a great time to mingle with everyone in a casual setting. Couples are welcome of course! If it is your first event or are still feeling shy about coming out to events, you can find me and I will personally introduce you around. That is why I'm here. We have a very friendly, welcoming group.
We will meet at the door from 11:45 to noon to gather. If you are late, you can come in and find us inside. If you need to reach me, my number is (707) 484-2066. Please save plenty of time to get there and park so that you can be on time. It's much easier than trying to find everyone throughout the next hour.
I will need to have an accurate count for dinner so if you are NOT joining us for the meal, post a comment below. Otherwise, I will factor you into the dinner reservation. Please be sure to manage your RSVP if you can't make it. I DO keep my eyes out for each person if I am expecting you. As you know, this is important to me and I have started to keep track of no shows.
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Here's some info about the exhibit:
Organized in collaboration with National Geographic magazine, The Power of Photography: National Geographic 125 Years celebrates the iconic publication’s 125 year anniversary. National Geographic magazine is the official journal of the National Geographic Society. Long renowned for its stunning images, the magazine will celebrate its 125th anniversary with a special commemorative October 2013 issue, highlighting its ongoing dedication towards using the power of photography to explore, educate, inspire, document and preserve the world around us. In conjunction with the October issue, the Annenberg Space for Photography presents The Power of Photography, a special print and digital exhibition, as well as two documentaries. From iconic images to portraits; landscapes to natural history, the exhibit offers a wide range of photographic genres and themes free to the public for six months, beginning October 26, 2013 through April 27, 2014.