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DC Area Meet Up - Going Out on 7/5!

Okay, here's the deal: I'm out of town those last two weekends in July. So even though some people asked for those, they will not work for me. You all can get together then if you want, but since I won't be able to make it, you really don't want to, do you?

So here's the plan I'm thinking of...

How about those of us who can meet up the evening of July 5th? Let's meet at the Cafe Delux at 6:00 (is that too early?). Reservations will be under the name "Cara."

Please reply to this post to let me know if you can come so I'll know how many for the reservation. Even if it's a small group, I think it'll be a lot of fun!

Then, we'll plan other meet up for mid-August for those who can't make it to this one.

Comments

Colleen said…
oh crud! I don't know if we'll be able to get a babysitter on this short of notice on a holiday weekend. :( I'll get back to you...

(and if there isn't a strike, we might be able to swing a mid-August meet-up with a few days' notice for a sitter...)
Tranny Head said…
My friend once got food poisoning at the Cafe Deluxe in Bethesda. Every time I hear "Cafe Deluxe" that's what I think of.

But have fun!

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