Post # 1
I don’t know if this has already been done, but I would LOVE to meet some fellow bees for some dinner/drinks or whatever else! I actually live in Tacoma, but am only 30 minutes south of Seattle.
Would anyone else be interested in diong this? How do we go about planning it?
Post # 3
We had one last winter and it was a TON of fun, lots of people came out. I think many of us would be up for a reunion + chance to meet other bees. I believe pretzel and TPHoliday were the primary organizers last time, maybe PM them? Maybe MissDG and cherrypie too?
Post # 4
now that I live up here I would totally come!
Post # 5
Count me in too. Just moved to Seattle a year ago too, so wouldn’t mind meeting a few more folks in town (that I don’t work with!)
Post # 6
This sounds like fun….I think we should do it.
Post # 7
I’d be interested in a meetup, as well. We just need an organizer… not me!
Post # 9
I believe MrsDG moved and is no longer in Seattle. 🙁 I would host but I live in a small apartment in Renton. I think having something in Seattle would be better.
What would you guys gals want to do? Bar, bowling, shopping, DIY craft night, go see a movie?? It could be wedding related or not wedding related.
Or should it be held in Seattle or on the east side? I wish it was summer because I bet it would be cool to do something at a local park in Seattle.
Oh, weekend or weekday?
Post # 10
So what do the bees of Seattle think?
Post # 11
I am down for anything. A while back there was a get together at Oliver Twist in Phinney Ridge, we could do something at a similar place!?!? I am more than happy to host something also!?!?!?
Post # 12
I’m in, bowling, out for drinks, movie, etc. all sounds good to me!
Post # 14
OK–I have no idea how one goes about organizing this–but someone should step into action! I am DYING to meet you all in person!!
We could do something on maybe a Saturday or a Sunday afternoon–after the holidays?
Post # 15
Let’s throw some dates out there,and then decide where to go. If we wait til after the holidays, we’re then thinking early January, yes? How about the 8th or 9th?
I’m totally flexible as of now.
Post # 16
- Wedding: September 2008 - A tiny town just outside of Glacier National Park
We could host at our new house… there’s plenty of room, a wet bar, and a hot tub!
As for bars. Oliver’s Twist is great, but it’s REALLY loud. Zig Zag down by the market might be better, as they take reservations and have big group tables.
We could also reserve the big table at Cantinetta in Wallingford if there are the right number of people interested.
Nthing that it should happen after the holidays.