81Re: Post-Pennsic notes
- Aug 23, 2007The only problem I saw was people who wanted to play a game in the
tent while a class was being taught.
You had some LARGE classes this year - a great turnout on the 2 I
managed to attend and it was hard to find a seat or table space to
take notes because some of the gamers had to almost be forced to
I'll be ready to teach next Pennsic and I'd love to see a larger,
tent, one that you can set up a section for players and one for
Loved the classes and the friendly help I got when I had questions!
Great Job and looking forward to next year.
Keely the Tinker
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Mike Knauer" <mike@...> wrote:
> Another Pennsic is over and the Games Tent continues to be a
> stop for many people. We held 18 classes, taught by seven
> teachers, most all of whom have taught at the Tent before. We also
> held an afternoon of Go on Friday, which I think went over very
> If we don't fill all our class slots next year, we should probably
> consider putting it on the schedule right from the start.
> Does anyone have any thoughts on what went right, what went wrong,
> what they'd like to see different next year?
> I'm going to continue to request a 20' x 30' tent, and I'm going to
> make sure we get 4 tables and 32 chairs right from the start.
> Anything else we should pass along to the higher ups?
> Should we shift the hours to 10 - 6? (Currently we post them as 9-
> As always, we could use more volunteers and teachers, but that
> best worked on next spring.
> In Service,
> Michel Wolffauer
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