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From: "G.L. Wilson" <glinda@eskimo.com>
Newsgroups: alt.fan.pratchett.announce,alt.fan.pratchett,alt.books.pratchett
Subject: [ANNOUNCE] [F] AFPMeet:  Seattle 2.0, Sept. 13th 1997
Date: Fri, 12 Sep 1997 15:01:27 +0100
Message-ID: <cdcb7ac847%afpa-mod@afawcett.demon.co.uk>

[Apologies for the late afproval of this article. I promise that I'll
figure out a way of afproving them from Carol's computer RSN  -Tap]


It seems time to attempt another afpmeet in Seattle.  It's all
Gillie's fault, really - she's visiting Portland, and offered to head
up to  Seattle to get together.  (She's also said: "You might mention
that if  people want to come from Portland I might be able to get a
car.")

We'll be meeting at Cafe Minnie's (411 Broadway E.), at around 6:30
p.m. on Saturday, September 13th.  I suspect that Gillie and I will be
there  early, to secure a table or two; _please_ email me at
glinda@eskimo.com  if you'll be attending, as I'll need to notify the
restaurant if there  are very many of us.

Cafe Minnie's is a 24-hour restaurant/bar with a fairly wide-ranging 
menu, lots of breakfast-type things, also Italian food, and yes, they
do serve alcohol.  I've liked it the few times I've been there.   Even
more important, it's within walking distance of a wonderful 
bookstore, complete with cats, that's open until 2 a.m. 

Um, what else?  Directions:

I have no clue at all about local bus service (other than the fact
that  I can't get to where I work from where I live, but that's
another rant entirely).

If you're heading in from out of town by bus or train, let me know
ahead  of time and I'll meet you (or find someone else who will)!
(again, email address: glinda@eskimo.com)  

If you're driving: 

Northbound:  From I-5, take the Olive Street exit, heading east.  Go
up the hill (Olive will become John Street).  When you get to

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