Reminder: Concord Porcupines Lunch on Saturday (Aug 9th)
- Saturday is the next Concord Porc meeting. RSVPs direct to me are
useful, & help to know how big the turnout will be.
This month's topic:
Primaries are around the corner... whom can you help? (or do you need help?)
Plus the usual misc events happening and interesting gossip.
As usual, following the CNHT meeting (http://cnht.org) (9am-12noon),
an informal gathering of Porcupines (and whomever else wishes to attend)
will take place at the Red Apple Buffet on Loudon Rd in Concord.
Time: Noon-ish til sometime around 1:30pm (or later) usually
Date: Aug 9th
Red Apple Buffet
(corner of Loudon and Rt 132)
161 Loudon Road
Concord, NH 03301
Directions for those not familiar with Concord: take Exit 2 off of 393,
go south on 132 about 3 blocks, it's on the left corner just before you reach
(You can also take Exit 9 off of 93, onto Loudon Rd and go east.)
Guests and visitors are always welcome! We've been pulling people
from all over the state, usually upwards of 15+, and a good time is
had by all.
Starts a little bit after noon. We gather together, eat food, and
discuss whatever comes up. This is NOT a formal 'agenda' based Porc group,
but we try and have a 'topic of discussion' to focus on, for those who
have views on it... of course, we rarely stick to that topic...
Those who don't want to discuss can just eat quietly and listen to the
rest of us ranting. The conversations are always fun, regardless of the topic.
The buffet provides a wide range of good food choices at a very
reasonable price. While it's mostly a Chinese style buffet, it's got
many other things for those who don't like Chinese such as Pizza,
Pasta, Beef, Chicken, and lots of other goodies. Cost is ~$10
including drink and reasonable tip.
> (You can also take Exit 9 off of 93, onto Loudon Rd and go east.)Hmm, thanks to Pat McCotter for noticing that for some months (at
least) I've been giving wrong directions.
It's exit 14, not exit 9.
Hopefully nobody has gotten lost yet... or maybe they did, and were
never heard from again, in the wilds of Hooksett.