Re: [atheists-8] Re: venues: here's a few ideas....

From: William B.
Sent on: Monday, August 11, 2008 1:03 AM
We could always meet at a church, during off hours of course.  Churches are always open and there are lots of pews so plenty of room for everyone and plus it would just be plain cool to have an atheist meetup at a church.  I think we would be able to bring our own food and drinks so saving money is always good.  And there are a few pretty churches in town.  Of course this is just a joke but I do kind of like the idea.  But maybe that's just me! 
 
In a message dated 8/10/2008 7:32:39 P.M. Central Daylight Time, [address removed] writes:
I am OK with all the mentioned locations, though I do have a slight preference for locations which are not downtown.

ed

On Fri, Aug 8, 2008 at 8:34 AM, Ulf Kastner <[address removed]> wrote:
Allow me to pitch in from my meetup-organizing experience around town of several years.



Ellie wrote:
opal divine's on south congress at penn field has a gigantic patio with shaded areas and water-misters.  i think it could easily accomodate a large, unorchestrated group of patrons.  i don't think the w. 6th street location can be as accomodating.
 

The Opal Divine's on W 6th has a room upstairs (immediate right after stairs) that is usually vacant and can accommodate between 25 and 35 people comfortably.  Parking is of course another matter at the central location, although prior to 8pm it's not that hard to find spots north of 6th along Rio Grande, West, etc.


the dog and duck pub on 17th and guadalupe.  able to accomodate large, unorchestrated groups, but no liquor, lots of beer, and highly questionable wine selection.  the menu is pretty standard pub fare. and they have parking. no dogs, most kids.
 

Dog & Duck is actually quite dog friendly.  The back yard / beer garden makes a fine meeting space for groups up to 60.  It's become the mainstay venue of one of my meetups.

Cheers,

(ulf.)




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