WANT TO LEARN ABOUT CAVES ?
MEET NEW FRIENDS TO EXPLORE
Lets work out details for KINGSTON MINE PICNIC, AND FOURTH OF JULY CAMPING CAVING
Lets all get together and plan our next adventure!
Meeting back at the new place we enjoyed last month with the completely Private Room in back..there is a big screen and a projector for our use too so if any have slides from trips or convention please let me know!
Remember there is a little Mexican place next store!!. Order the food before you come into the bar & when it is ready it will be delivered right to you! Happy hour is until 8!
Organized By: Serafin
I'm and avid Caver and a member of the National Speleological Society, our local Chapter is called the Met Grotto.
We will be meeting at 200 Orchard Street in the back a completely Private Room...there is a big screen and a projector for our use to share any slides of past Caving trips.
If you were ever curious about caving come on down and we will discuss upcoming caving trips and equipment needed for caving.
Spring is coming and many caves will be opening up again for us to explore, so join us and you may desc over what we cavers already know........CAVING IS AWESOME!!!!!
Now just come on down and we will have a few drinks (I'll have seltzer as I don't Drink) at the bar and once most of us are there and have gotten acquainted we will move to the back room.
If you want to eat they don't serve food but there is a little Mexican place next store!!..Order the food before you come into the bar and when it is ready it will be delivered right to you! And Happy hour is until 8 !
Met Grotto is the NYC chapter of the National Speleological Society (NSS), an organization dedicated to the exploration, study and conservation of caves. The club meets on the 4th Wednesday each month in Manhattan 200 Orchard st. between Houston & Stanton
If you need to reach me I can be reach at[masked] and the name is Serafin, hope to see you there!!
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