[Noisebridge-discuss] Set the date for a Noisebridge Fundraiser
maltman23 at hotmail.com
Fri Mar 1 21:18:38 UTC 2013
Thanks for making this happen! I'd love to be part of this if 29-March is OK for folks. I'll be in town for March 29, but won't be after 26-April (I leave town on 10-April).
> From: sundquistjames at gmail.com
> Date: Fri, 1 Mar 2013 11:14:23 -0800
> Subject: Set the date for a Noisebridge Fundraiser
> To: noisebridge-discuss at lists.noisebridge.net
> CC: stan at ana.com; johnyradio at gmail.com; maltman23 at hotmail.com;
> alexander.eccles at gmail.com; audrey.spinazola at gmail.com;
> wineandspearit at gmail.com
> A simple affair with art for sale, or a splendid gala event with
> performances, bands, food, and an art auction.
> Date is tentative for sometime around April. Do we want to do March
> 29th, a Friday, for the fundraiser or April 26th, a Friday? My
> personal opinion is to get quieter bands with homemade instruments into
> the space. So far we can basically confirm March 29th for Dubious
> Ranger, Dwayne's Band, Carl & Beatrice; this puts the emphasis on
> homemade instruments, avoids using an outside venue, and keeps things
> at Noisebridge. I also suggest reaching out to Vegan Hackers, 5moF,
> Noise Jam, and any other groups that represent highlights of the space.
> We should have foot, art, music, the whole deal.
> DanF has multiple paintings ready to auction.
> James has six bands ready to play March 29th or 30th. 2 loud punk
> groups, 2 not-very-loud bands with homemade instruments, 2 acoustic
> Someone should reach out to Noisejam (done), Vegan Hackers, 5moF,
> Circuit Hacking Mondays (done), and any other group you think would be
> I've CC'ed Stan the Organizer, band members, Mitch @ Circuit Hacking
> Mondays, Johny @ Noise Jam
> This e-mail references the wiki (Art) section for the event planning,
> previous discussion threads in February, and was mentioned at the
> Noisebridge meeting (but no one wrote it down). Do *not* e-mail me
> personally; let's keep this on discuss where it belongs.
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