[FredLUG] SFD 2010 == Sweet-as-a-Cupcake
Paul W. Frields
stickster at gmail.com
Mon Aug 30 12:25:03 EDT 2010
Oops, ignore my "Let me know about the flyer" message a few moments
ago. I'll get some of these printed out and posted this week.
On Sun, Aug 29, 2010 at 05:38:18PM -0400, Ted Brunell wrote:
> The updated fliers with the information for Colonial Cupcakes has been
> On Sun, Aug 29, 2010 at 2:24 PM, Mark Walker <marwalk at gmail.com> wrote:
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> > Just got off the phone with the proprietor of Colonial Cupcakes. In
> > short, we're in!
> > ~> We can place a table in front of their shop.
> > ~> There's an outside power outlet for us to plug into.
> > ~> We can put on our flier that Colonial Cupcakes will be our location.
> > I have not heard back yet from the other establishment down the block.
> > It might be a "go" for there too, but the cupcake shop perhaps is a
> > better place to use as an anchor location, even if the artists' shop is
> > open for us as well; between food and art, people's reptilian brains
> > will say food wins out every time.
> > I expect to hear further from the Colonial Cupcakes proprietor's son,
> > who she says is into Linux big time and wishes the whole world used
> > Linux. Wow, talk about finding people of like mind! She also said
> > their clientèle includes local college students; clearly a target
> > population for us.
> > So, on our planning page at
> > http://groups.google.com/group/fredlug/web/software-freedom-day-2010
> > it now reads "Colonial Cupcakes" vice "Capital Ale House." Also those
> > items that had been lined out are now restored; we're back on for the
> > Fedora and Ubuntu laptops, the looped presentation, the Creative Commons
> > music, etc. Please do feel free to edit and make this page your own! :-)
> > Mark
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> > Mark Caldwell Walker
> > Contact info at marwalk.tel
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