ALERT: The most recent forecast predicts lesser amounts of snow. The meeting WILL BE HELD as scheduled.Join us for Food and Fun
Who: All KAXFEN
What: The annual KaCSFFS Thanksgiving party and November meeting
When: Saturday, November 15, beginning at 7:00 pm, set-up starts at 6:00.
Where:The Writer's Place
3607 Pennsylvania Ave., Kansas City, MO 64111
Why: The Thanksgiving meeting is traditionally our largest of the year. In addition to the excellent opportunity to hang out with our friends, we have three excellent reasons to come in 2014:
A new feature this year will be an offering of chair massages by licensed massage therapist Jesse Thomas.
Let him help you relax before the holiday rush! He will bring his own massage chair and set up on the landing. Massages are $1 per minute, for a minimum of 10 minutes (He can take cash, checks or credit cards).
Jesse also is an artist who often works with fantasy themes, and he is an enthusiastic Whovian.
All dues-paid members who attend the Thanksgiving meeting may pick up a printed copy of the KaCSFFS Directory (just in time for holiday cards, if you send them).
The Board approved a budget for them at the October meeting. This will be the first printed Directory since September 2011. If you can’t attend the November meeting but are a dues-paid member and still want one, you may pick up your copy at a later meeting.
There will literally be one with your name on it.
And of course, the Food!
For the feast, KaCSFFS provides turkey, plates, cups, flatware and napkins.
It’s up to the members to fill in with beverages and side dishes.
Please post your food or beverage selection on the KAXFEN list, so we can make sure there’s a nice variety. Thanks very much.
IMAGE CREDITS: Many thanks to the Inhabitant website for the cornucopia photo. We also recommend this site for news and insights on environmental issues, "green" design, and lots more. We acquired the image of Jesse Thomas from his Facebook page. The first image of a table with food is from the Ashlee Marie blog post, "Thanksgiving Table Settings and Food Labels." The second is from the Modern Architecture Decorating Ideas Blog post, "Dining Table with Food."