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Today (Sunday, October 25) is the first official event of the Sacramento region: The “Lazy Meet-N-Greet” at 2:00. You know we’re being lazy because we didn’t even mention it here until the day of the event.
The event is located at Panera Bakery:
Panera Bread, 3328 El Camino Ave, Sacramento
(near the corner of El Camino and Watt)
Hope to see you there!
The Sacramento region has officially entered a word war with the nation of Finland! Swing on to the regional forums at the NaNoWriMo website for more details.
Below are the days and times of the various write-ins that will be happening in Sacramento and the surrounding regions:
- Sundays, 2:30 p.m. Naked Coffee, 1111 H Street
- Tuesdays, 6:30 p.m. Temple Coffee on S Street (near Natural Foods Coop)
- Thursdays, 7:00 p.m. Tupelo Cafe on 56th Street, near H
- Saturdays, 3:00 p.m. the Fox & Goose, 1001 R Street
There will also be a writein at the Del Rio cafe in Old Sacramento, but that hasn’t been finalized yet.
- Sundays, 2:00 p.m., Cloud Forest Cafe, 222 D Street
- Wednesdays, 6:00 p.m., Crepeville, on the corner of 3rd and C.
- Fridays, 6:00 p.m., 3rd & U Cafe, on the corner of 3rd and University Avenue
- Fridays, 6:00 p.m., Cafe Mekka in downtown Nevada City
- Fridays, 6:00, It’s a Grind, 2770 E. Bidwell
- Saturdays, 6:30, Panera Bread, 916 Pleasant Grove Blvd
We’re looking for venues in Sacramento where we can have our write-ins. Anyone got any suggestions?
The NaNoWriMo website is back up! Enjoy!
The guys at NaNoWriMo HQ are reporting that they’re having some database issues right now, so the site is down and inaccessible. Hang tight, and we promise that everything will be all right.
If you’ve got a spare hour or two and want to earn the love of your Municipal Liaisons, why not mosey on over to the downloadable fliers page on the NaNoWriMo website, copy off a few, and post them up around your area? Kat and I can spread the word through downtown Sacramento but we’re only two people. The more fliers that get put up in our region, the better. More fliers = more participants, and if we get enough participants we can move forward with our plan to annex the East Bay region.
And as always, thanks for your ongoing support.
Just a reminder of the First Friday Write-In happening this Friday, May 2, at 7:00 p.m. at Richard’s house.
The SacNano/WordForge retreat was a success! Thanks very much to Dale Emery (aka Bleen Booley on the Nano forums) for hosting it at his dome house in the remote, GPS-defying reaches of Shingle Springs. You can see pictures from the retreat here. We’re thinking of hosting another one in the fall (probably early to mid October), but we may have to find a new location. Feel free to submit ideas, but remember that the venue has to be free. We don’t want people to have to pay money to attend the retreat.
In other news, don’t forget that Richard is hosting First Friday write-ins at his house every month. The next one is May 2. The fun begins at 7:00, and Richard provides coffee.
Remember also that there are various ways for writers in the SacNano group to connect with each other. We have a mailing list hosted with Yahoo Groups, and, of course, our forum, Muffie Pump and Platymanagoat. And if you’re interested in joining a local writers’ group, WordForge Sacramento is always willing to take on newcomers
Hm. I guess that’s all I’ve got for now. I’m going to cross-post this item to the NaNo forum.