[vcf-midatlantic] One MONTH to GO : Festivus (2018) REMINDER to SIGNUP
jeffrey at vcfed.org
Thu Nov 1 12:53:15 EDT 2018
This is just a reminder that there is only one month to go for Festivus. We
have only 4 signed up, but know that there are many more interested, but
procrastinating. Don’t wait, signup now! Google Sheets are standing by.
Last year we had about 40 people. Let’s top that number!
Here is the FESTIVUS signup:
We ALSO need volunteers to sign up to be DOCENT for one hour. The holiday
train show is that weekend and InfoAge will be quite busy. Here is the
signup for that.
Here is more information.
December 1 & 2, 2018
Start about 10 A.M. on Saturday and goes late into the night until everyone
End about 5 P.M. on Sunday. (Re-starts around 10 A.M. Sunday morning)
InfoAge Building 9010-D - (2201 Marconi Road, Wall Township, NJ) - It will
be straight ahead once you enter through the gate. The door is marked Sandy
Recovery and is up the steps.
InfoAge management wants us to park inside the campus, in a neat orderly
row, between the Festivus building and the hackerspace building.
The main parking lot remains available for guests of the model train show.
Do not cost IA money by leaving it open to confuse paying guests. Always
close it behind you when you enter/exit, EVEN IF IT WAS ALREADY OPEN!
$10 for all members attending Festivus, which VCF pays to InfoAge to rent
the space and buy burgers, hot dogs and some supplies.
$25 if you are staying overnight. See below for details.
VCF will have tables setup for food and games.
We will have full sized refrigerators to temporarily store food and drinks.
VCF had a grill donated and will buy a propane tank to cook hamburgers and
hot dogs outside.
Everyone is encouraged to bring their own drinks and enough to share with
others. Bring your favorite and put what you are bringing on the list:
VCF will be supplying burgers, hot dogs, condiments, plates, forks,
You are encouraged to bring your own favorite good and put what you are
bringing on the list.
If you are not sure what to bring, then ask me. I will have some
*IMPORTANT TO KEEP FOOD AND DRINKS IN THE CAFETERIA! THIS IS THE RULE OF
THE FACILITY OWNERS.*
Movies this year in the woman's bunk room.
Ian: Vintage video games
Jeff Brace: Commodore 64 games: 1) Bear, 2) 4 Player game, 3) PAL C64 to
play European games/demos
Cards Against Humanity!
Alex Jaccocks: C128 Games
Let me know if you want to stay overnight. The cost is $25. You provide
your own mattress cover, blankets, pillows. There is a shower area, lounge,
bunk beds, hot water for tea, microwave oven, toaster oven, keurig, coffee
pot, ice machine, sink, cable TV, wi-fi.
To get an accurate headcount, let me know as soon as possible that you are
staying overnight and how many nights. There will be coffee, milk, cream,
sugar and tea bags available as well.
* SIGN-UP LINK:*
*MAP WHERE TO PARK:*
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