Paul L . Snyder on 13 Mar 2007 19:16:36 -0000

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[PLUG] [plug-announce] PLUG West Linuxbiernacht (Thu Mar 15, 7pm) at The Drafting Room in Exton

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 _a'{ /__(  The Philadelphia Area   (____|_______________________)\
 `/\\/ __( Linux Users Group (PLUG) |        The Second          ) \
   (/  __( cordially invites you to |  PLUG West Linuxbiernacht  )__\ }`a_
   <_____(__________________________| Thursday, March 15, 2007,  )__ \//\'
                                    | The Drafting Room in Exton )__  \)

        Interested in Linux, BSD, and Free Software?  Whether you're
        already an enthusiast or want to learn more, come and join
        the Philadelphia Linux Users Group for a social evening of
        technology talk, food, and microbrewed beer.  We'll be
        meeting at The Drafting Room in Exton on Thursday, March 15,
        2007, starting at 7:00 pm.  (Even you're under 21, you are
        welcome to attend.)

        We've been having PLUG West meetings for a full year now, and
        it's been a great success.  The original kick-off was in
        March of last year, so what better way to celebrate this
        anniversary than another Biernacht?

        Our agenda for the evening is simple:

                1.0: Introductions
                2.0: PLUG overview, upcoming meetings
                3.0: Open social forum; get to know your fellow geeks

        {0,1,2,3}.5: Beer! (also food and conviviality)

        If you plan to attend, R.S.V.P. is requested but not required.
        (We'd like to have an estimate of how many people to expect.)
        Just drop an email to

                The Drafting Room - Exton
                Colonial 100 Shoppes and Offices
                635 N. Pottsdown Pike
                Exton, PA 19341

        The Drafting Room is on the east side of PA Route 100, just
        north of Ship Road.  They have a GREAT assortment of beer, with
        around a dozen microbrews on tap and over a hundred bottled
        varieties.  They also have a beer engine to serve cask-
        conditioned real ale.

        Driving directions are available at the following URL (scroll
        to the bottom of the page):

        Is public transportation more convenient for you?  We can
        arrange a ride from and to the Septa R5 Exton station.  If you
        would like a lift (or would like to offer a lift to someone
        else), be sure tell us in an email to

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