London. November. Origami. Awkwardness.

Chicago people, reminder, I‘m reading at Story Club this coming Thursday. Come out if you can! If you miss it, there is always the December 17 reading on the South Side.

Here is the monthly invitation from Kate in London:

November London meetup will have extra origami!

Southbank Centre, SE1 8XX near Waterloo station, 11am onwards on the 9th of November

This time as an icebreaker & for fun we will try doing origami.
Please bring (coloured?) paper if you can, or any instructions on making origami figures which you can find without violating copyright.
Please let me know if you have other icebreaker ideas for the future.  I have ideas for December and January, but can always use more.

This venue is working out really well.

They sell food in a cafe (standard sandwiches etc.), but they also don’t mind people bringing food in from outside. There are several other local places where you can buy stuff as well. There is a farmers’ market outside with loads of different food options, which can fit most food requirements, or you can also bring a packed lunch.

To avoid confusion, we will meet at one of the inside tables, in one of the windows in the side facing towards the Queen Elizabeth Hall. The large open area is on what a British person would call the first floor, but is labelled as floor 2 just to be helpful.

I will have my Cthulhu with me, which looks like this: I have long brown hair and glasses.

The venue is accessible via a lift, and has accessible toilets.

The London Awkward group has a Facebook page, which is here:  There is also a thread in the new forums for saying hello.

My email is Kate DOT Towner AT Gmail DOT com

See you there, with origami!
(December meetup will be on the 7th.)
Have a great time! And remember, anyone can organize a meetup. There is an active forum at the forum site where people try to figure out who is local and plan things, but you can always pick a time and a place and email me the announcement to post.


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