Friday, October 22, 2010

November MFR

 Posted on behalf of Jeanine Swanson - NWSFS Vice Chair:

Thursday, November 11th at 7:00 P.M. (new time)  -  Flap Jacks Wafflehouse

Please join NWSFS on Thursday, November 11th (Veteran’s day) at 7:00 P.M. for one of Rogers’s favorite Restaurants, Flap Jacks’s.

The Restaurant is at 13806 First Avenue South in Burien. The phone number is (206) 838-7480.

RSVP to or the hotline at (425) 68-NWSFS. 

Reservations will be confirmed with the restaurant so we will not be able to accept responses later than the evening of November 9th.

From I-5
Exit 154 to SR 518 to Burien. The 518 freeway turns into a city street. Go past *two* sets of traffic lights (which are to 509 North and 509 South) and the *third* set is at 1st Avenue S. Turn right on 1st Avenue S. Continue past Fred Meyers and the Kennedy School, Flap Jacks will be on your right. If you pass Jiffy Lube, you have gone too far.

The Seattle-based Northwest Science Fiction Society is one of the largest science fiction groups of its kind in the world. Our members can be found in numerous states plus Canada. Though oriented towards literary forms of science fiction, the interests of our members cover all aspects of the field and we reflect their diversity. Whether you are a reader, dreamer, media fan, professional or just like science fiction in all its forms, there is something for you

NWSFS and Norwescon are part of Science Fiction Northwest (SFN), a non-profit umbrella corporation. The early beginnings of the Northwest Science Fiction Society trace back to the mists of time. Well, to 1976. Greg Bennett with a handful of friends formed NWSFS (pronounced Nizz-Fizz) so that people with an interest in science fiction could meet, have parties, do things together and at the same time provide a pool for the 1981 World Science Fiction Convention Committee.

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