The ISON is dead . . . very sad. So instead we will see if we can get some images of the Geminids and / or Milky Way. I've set the location for Kenosha Pass. We will meet at the large open field just before the campgrounds.
Expect it to be COLD, dress accordingly. Bring a tripod and I'd recommend only a single lens. Remote trigger if you have it and I'd even recommend some hot coco or If you haven't taken star shots before there will be many old pros out to help you get your settings just right.
We will be working against the moon during this time but we should till be able to get some good images. The best time to view and see the Geminids are from 12am to 1am, or so I'm told. We will stay as long as we are able and willing.