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So we'll be at Schiller Reed at 800 Jason Street on December 16th. Bring something tasty to eat or drink. 

 

Same time as usual?

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That might be a useful detail...

 
 
Saturday, December 16 at 10:30 AM - 4 PM
 
 
 
Schiller Reed
800 S. Jason Street, Denver, Colorado 80223

 

 

We're moving our usual third Saturday meetup down to Schiller Reed in Denver. It's a lunch potluck so bring something tasty to eat or drink. Bring your painting supplies and we'll all have a jolly good time.

 

There was some talk about doing the 3 color challenge at the meetup. I'll offer that as an option on Facebook as well, I guess. Pick a figure, get assigned 3 colors, best one wins a prize of some sort?

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Remember for those of you who check our meetup status here that this is happening at Schiller Reed on Saturday, and not at Total Escape Games. We'll be back at TEG in January.

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5 minutes ago, SirLarpsAlot said:

@Doug Sundseth, I will have camera related questions for you this time. I'll make sure to bring my camera.

 

Sounds good. I'll plan to bring mine with a tripod as well.

 

And this might be a good time to remind everyone that we'll be at a different place this Saturday ONLY:

 

On 11/29/2017 at 2:37 PM, SirLarpsAlot said:

That might be a useful detail...

 
 
Saturday, December 16 at 10:30 AM - 4 PM
 
 
 
Schiller Reed
800 S. Jason Street, Denver, Colorado 80223

 

 

We're moving our usual third Saturday meetup down to Schiller Reed in Denver. It's a lunch potluck so bring something tasty to eat or drink. Bring your painting supplies and we'll all have a jolly good time.

 

There was some talk about doing the 3 color challenge at the meetup. I'll offer that as an option on Facebook as well, I guess. Pick a figure, get assigned 3 colors, best one wins a prize of some sort?

 

 

Hope to see everyone there.

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I think I may only have time to do brownies this time. Cookies take a LOT more time, and a good friend is doing a latke dinner for Hannukah the night before. Don't worry, I bake good brownies. With chocolate. No ulterior motives, geez. But seriously, I can whip out a batch of brownie batter like that. *makes a spunky snap motion*

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I am going to try to come.  I have Star Wars at 8:30 AM, and depending how long it ends up being and what traffic looks like, I might make it.  If it were at TEG I'd be there, but the extra time Hexagon Mill adds, it may discourage me.

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I regret I'm gonna skip, and keep all my viruses to myself. May they die a horrible death, all of 'em.

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On 12/13/2017 at 11:55 AM, Dr.Bedlam said:

I regret I'm gonna skip, and keep all my viruses to myself. May they die a horrible death, all of 'em.

 

Well, hopefully we'll see you in January, back at Total Escape

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6 hours ago, SirLarpsAlot said:

 

Well, hopefully we'll see you in January, back at Total Escape

 

Barring disaster, yes!

 

Assuming I'm over this BUG by then...

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Did I leave a black box of paint there? Or did Sir Cyr pack it without me seeing. At work going "did I forget my paint?!" 

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Didn't see any boxes as we left, though I suppose there could have been something under a table or something. No messages from Torin, but he'd probably send any such to @SirLarpsAlot or post them on the FB page anyway.

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