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I will be there at my usual late arrival time. I will either bring the KoD mountain man, or Fire Giant Jailer depending on mood. both are underway. 

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Cool! I'm hoping to have Kyra and some Mouslings. I've been working on some Imperial Guard so I can mess around with basing for The Defeated. Might bring them as well.

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Hey guys I am interested in maybe coming to one of these.  Unfortunately I can't make it this month as my daughter has some ballet stuff going on.  

 

This sounds like a lot of fun!  I am new to painting and my friends are uninterested so it would be nice to meet some people in the area who have the same hobby and interest and maybe pick up some new tips and techniques.

 

Do I need to do anything to register or can I just stop by and do some painting? 

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Just drop on by. Bring something to paint and something to paint with (or buy stuff at Total Escape, of course; they're nice folks and the store is quite good.)

 

This month you know about. Next month we'll meet on the 19th, barring any weirdness.

 

Hope to see you soon.

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Nope, just bring yourself, and stuff to paint.  If you don't have paint, we share, and there is always plenty of choices amongst the regulars.

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47 minutes ago, NecroMancer said:

Hey guys I am interested in maybe coming to one of these.  Unfortunately I can't make it this month as my daughter has some ballet stuff going on.  

 

Yeah, I had fun going to my last one, but sadly with family issues I'm never able to make it, partially because it's a bit too far for me to easily get to. :(

 

 

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And it is nice.  We have folks come from as far as Colorado Springs (not of late), and we have regulars from Greeley, Longmont, Conifer, Arvada, Aurora.  I think we used to have someone from Sterling too, but that may just be my ASL group I am thinking about.

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NW Corner of 120th Ave and Main St in Broomfield.

 

The easiest way from Ft. Collins might be straight down US-287 to the light at Midway in central Broomfield (if you get to the overpasses, you have gone too far). Turn East (left) on Midway and continue to Main St. Turn South (right) on Main St. The store is in a strip mall on your right, there is a Burger King in the parking lot.

 

Website: http://totalescapegames.com/

 

Address: 

6831 W 120th Ave
Suite C
Broomfield, CO 80020

 

(Google Maps shows the location correctly.)

 

Phone:
(303) 482-1829

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I-25 or 287.  287 is slower as you need to trudge through Loveland and Longmont, but I-25 is always a crapshot even early Saturday.

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It was quite fun! Thanks everyone for humoring my boyfriend as he worked on his first mini sonce childhood!

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