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New Meeting: Experience the After Burn!

From: KarmaSoup
Sent on: Sunday, April 20, 2008 6:55 PM
Announcing a new meeting for The Twin Cities Night Life Meetup Group!

What: Experience the After Burn!

When: Monday, April 21, 5:00 PM

Where: Click the link below to find out!

Who should come: Whether you attended the Festival of the Fire Gods and had a blast, or meant to stop by but couldn't make it, here's an opportunity to experience the much more subdued delayed hair-of-the-dog follow-up.

Why: Because you know you miss us... you just can't get enough of us!

Meeting Description: After cleaning up the backyard following this year's annual Festival of the Fire Gods, we have a lot of flammable trash in our fire pit, and want to have a few friends over to share in lighting it away. We have a bit of items left to grill, but if you'd like a more daylight, more intimate setting than Saturday night, then come on over with something to throw on the ol' Bar-B, and we'll play some fun odd games we have around the house.

(We're particularly fond of Munchkin sets and Zombie Fluxx).

Kids are more than welcome, our 10-yr-old will be there, but please don't include them in your RSVP as guests, so that they don't affect our numbers.

As for what to bring, DO bring chairs or something to sit on, as this is not as much the standing and milling around type of setting. And, bring whatever meat you'd like to put on... we have buns, cheese, condiments and chips, and for gawdzake, PLEASE DO NOT bring any alcohol... we have enough to last us until NEXT April.

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