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Failing any specific suggestions, I will bring a Zaggat guide by the PerlMonks booth in the early afternoon on Wed, and we can somewhat randomly choose from there. Are there objections to choosing something well away from the Convention Center? (I think there is a better selection in the Village...)

People who think that they can show for Thursday at the dinner but won't the show should drop me or vroom a message with contact info so we know to keep you up to date on plans, etc.

In reply to Re (tilly) 1: LWCE Monk Meeting in NY part 2 by tilly
in thread LWCE Monk Meeting in NY part 2 by vroom

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