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Re: [sfbayastronomy] Seeking thoughts on a future meeting time and place

From: Amir
Sent on: Monday, September 27, 2010 12:43 AM

Elise,

We can also get together after working hours during the week in Union Square, San Francisco, if it is easier for those folks who work in the city.

Thank you,
Amir


--- On Sat, 9/25/10, Earl Caustin <[address removed]> wrote:

From: Earl Caustin <[address removed]>
Subject: Re: [sfbayastronomy] Seeking thoughts on a future meeting time and place
To: [address removed]
Date: Saturday, September 25, 2010, 8:46 AM

Elise,

I am quite interested in attending your Meetup and discussing next topics for our group's Meetups.
I am in Palo Alto, but I can meet anywhere in the Bay Area that would be convenient for the most people.

The Palo Alto Cafe is a good meeting place.

Palo Alto Cafe

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2675 Middlefield Rd # A
Palo Alto, CA 94306

Earl

On Sep 25, 2010, at 12:54 AM, Elise wrote:

Hello everyone,

I'm considering putting together a future meetup, but wanted to get some opinions first before putting the event on the calendar.  

This will be the title of the event:
Meeting of the Minds - a roundtable discussion meeting

It seems as if this group has many members, but not many meetups in recent months.  I hope to help with that, even though I'm only a co-organizer.  But I thought that a nice thing to do would be to get together for a casual discussion over what members would like to see for the future of this group.  I've been going through the ideas section and I see many great suggestions, but I would like to open up the discussion to more people, if at all possible.  

So I would like to get some suggestions on venue, time and place for when we can get together and have a general round-table discussion as well as just getting a chance to meet one another.  (I'm mostly considering weekend times, since many people have more availability on the weekend, but feel free to write in other days.)

As soon as I get a better idea of what works best for everyone in terms of time and place, I'll add this meetup to the calendar.  Please take a moment to send in suggestions and/or answer the following questions, so I have a better idea of what works best for everyone.

Thanks!

Elise

Where would you like to meet? (San Francisco, San Jose, General Bay Area)

What day works best for you? (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)

What time works best for you?

Do you have a suggestion for a specific venue?   (e.g. a nice coffee shop with big tables)

Do you have a suggestion for a future event for our group?

Any other thoughts?




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