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Bake Sale and Eating outside the Consuite at Think Galacticon [Jul. 6th, 2011|11:08 am]


The Vegan Bake Sale is happening again this year! If you or someone you know would like to donate vegan baked goods to raise money to support the con, please bring them on Saturday and drop them off at the registration desk. General prices that items will sell for: Small cookies $1, Large Cookies $2, Bar items $2, Muffins $3, Cake slices $3, etc. If you came to the WisCon Think Galactic party this year and enjoyed our Mexican Hot Chocolate Snickerdoodles: they'll be here.

We also have a food guide that member Neil Rest created for us. We'll have this printed out at the con as well.

If you want grocery or convenience stores, instead of restaurants, as well as nearby ATM locations and interesting tidbits on the surrounding area (e.g. the building we're in is a landmark building) Neil created a nearby necessities and tidbits guide. We'll have this print out at the con as well.

Meet & Dines
For every lunch and dinner slot during TGcon we will have sign-up sheets to go to nearby restaurants with other congoers. This is a good way to meet new people. On top of those we also have two Meet & Dines created for specific groups.

Steampunk Meet & Dine
Saturday 5:45-7:45PM
Are you into Steampunk? Do you want to know more? Gather for dinner together on Saturday night. Sign up at the Registration table.

Author Meet & Dine
Sunday 11:45-1PM
Are you a writer and would like to take a chance to informally meet other authors?
Gather for lunch together on Sunday. Sign up at the Registration table.

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[User Picture]From: heathergalaxy
2011-07-08 02:12 pm (UTC)
Sorry for the late reply, I was on my way all day to Chicago! I aske around and no one can recall it being something either way, if anything a little too warm. Hope this helps!
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