Wednesday, October 3, 2012

MWA Meetup at WIA-West!

Ok folks, the moment you've been waiting for:

The MWA get together for the Woodworking in America WEST crew has been announced.

*Here is a link* to the invitation (you will need to have added +Modern Woodworkers Association to your circles in google+ to be able to open the link, and adding us gets your invitation to future events delivered to you directly). 

When:  Saturday Oct. 13th, 6:30P - ? (we'll be there all night)

Where: Lucky Baldwin's Pub (17 South Raymond Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91105)

Seating may be limited if you come later, but there will be standing room aplenty, and we're planning on over-running the joint and filling more tables with saw-dust covered wood-junkies before the night is out. Get there early for good food, drink and camaraderie and secure yourself a nice spot for an evening of fun. 

Last year at WIA, we had a great event, and we're looking forward to seeing everyone whose coming to Pasadena this year!


PLEASE RSVP in the G+ event invitation even if you THINK you might make it. If you aren't on G+ or just haven't circled us yet (what are you waiting for?) Let us know by email, or right here in the comments.



4 comments:

  1. I've got MWA added to my circles but the link isn't working. Maybe because I just added it? Anyway, I'll plan on attending. I don't drink and I'll have my car so I'll be happy to play chauffeur for anyone that overindulges :) Looking forward to it!

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    1. Thanks Jeremiah,I think most folks will be staying within walking distance, so hopefully your services won't be required on that front. We have several folks who don't drink, which is why we picked a place with good food, atmosphere and perhaps even...um...grape soda? (oh, and you're in circles now, so you should have all future invites in your notifications!)

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  2. I'm not on G+ but I will attend the event. Cheers!

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    1. We'll put you on the list Julien! See you in Pasadena!

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