We are a diverse group of open-minded people with somewhat unusual and/or enthusiastic interests. Geek Club (Peninsula Chapter) is a great place to meet like-minded people with which to go on adventures or just hang out. Most of our events are very laid-back, so don't be afraid to jump right in. We watch movies, play games, and attend fun events like Maker Faire and RoboGames. We have found members to be, almost without exception, friendly and easy to talk to, a non-judgmental bunch. At events it's fun to catch up with the regulars and also spend time getting to know the newcomers. Laughter is a common element. :)
Our group definition of geeky is fairly broad. Anything off the beaten track: anime, computers, science and science fiction, cult films, unusual art processes, fighting robots and random things like carnivorous plants--just to name a few. Our members have an amazing variety of geeky interests.
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We need help on this one! We're trying to get a feel for the level of interest in laser tag, either his and her leagues or co-ed. I have always wanted to start a laser tag league for women, because I've never done it before and would love to try it with others who aren't very experienced. Somehow, many of the men I know have done it plenty, and many of the women I know have not. Are the male geeks out there interested in playing together as well? We would love some input, to help us gauge general interest (public games are less expensive than private games by far, but with enough interest the price would go way down per person for a private game) and also to get some idea of whether most folks are interested in his and her leagues, or if most would prefer a co-ed version. We'll keep the details open for now, of course. RSVP if you are on board (no obligation for now) and comment your thoughts if you have some to share. Thanks, everybody! Please keep the discussion friendly! :)