[Cynnabar] Borders report
deborapond at gmail.com
Wed Mar 16 16:18:42 UTC 2011
I agree with Gregoire about the lack of easy accessibility on UM campus
during the school year. The challenges of parking and walking alone in the
dark area near the League are not experiences that I cherish. Soon it will
be warm outside, and perhaps the outdoor seating at the Corner Brewery might
be a bit quieter?
-Yamina, who wishes that school didn't prevent her from playing more often.
On Wed, Mar 16, 2011 at 11:50 AM, Greg Less <greg.less at gmail.com> wrote:
> FWIW - I would like to see all meetings moved to a place that is easily
> accessible to all and is quiet enough that we can conduct a meeting without
> (In my not so humble opinion, the campus is not easily accessible on
> On Wed, Mar 16, 2011 at 11:48 AM, d pond <deborapond at gmail.com> wrote:
>> This sounds like a great opportunity! For those of us who were not at the
>> last meeting, which meeting space are we looking to replace? Corner Brewery,
>> UM, or both? To answer RanthulfR, students and others can access the
>> location via the Route 16 bus according to their latest route schedule.
>> Message: 6
>>> Date: Wed, 16 Mar 2011 10:52:59 -0400
>>> From: Randy Asplund <randyasplund at comcast.net>
>>> To: Barony of Cynnabar <barony at cynnabar.org>
>>> Subject: Re: [Cynnabar] Borders Report
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>>> Ample parking, easier to get to for more people, including those in
>>> Ypsi, we can hear each other, and we don't have to worry about a limit
>>> on how many weeks we use it?
>>> Brilliant! The person who came up with this has my compliments!
>>> And, one last item to ask is whether there is a bus out there for any
>>> UofM students?
>>> Regardless, the advantages outweigh the potential ride sharing...
>>> On Mar 16, 2011, at 12:18 AM, Matt Lagemann wrote:
>>> > At the March 14th meeting someone brought up the idea of using the
>>> > event center at the Borders located at 3140 Lohr Rd (the one near
>>> > I-94 and Saline rd). I went there Tuesday and talked to the manager.
>>> > He said that groups can use the event center to hold meetings and
>>> > that we can set up a recurring day (so for instance every fourth
>>> > Monday of the month). They will not set up the event center until
>>> > the first person from our group arrives. This is to prevent other
>>> > people from sitting down in our space. We can be bumped for special
>>> > events, but we can move to the coffee shop area if that happens.
>>> > The "event center" is a recessed area in the store, so we would
>>> > still be a part of the store proper. I don't think this is a bad
>>> > thing and honestly think if we like the area we can look into doing
>>> > a meeting in garb every now and again so we could also attract
>>> > interest. We just need to call up the store to reserve days if we
>>> > are interested.
>>> > Pros also inclue a nearby McDonalds so Greg's appetite can be sated
>>> > (Flurries after meetings sound nice!) and free wifi for the tech
>>> > types. Cons include the fact that I will spend too much money on
>>> > books on those Mondays, but perhaps this would still be less than my
>>> > tab at the Cornery Brewery.
>>> > Any questions?
>>> > Ermenrich
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