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Scottish Amiga Users Christmas Meetup
Posted on 6-Nov-2019 20:59:04
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Joined: 14-Jul-2003
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From: Glasgow - UK, Irish born

We're back in Glasgow for the Christmas meetup of the Scottish Amiga User Group, which will be held on Sunday the 8th December from 12 noon until 6pm, and will be in our regular venue - The Shawlands Church Hall, 111 Mossside Road, G41 3TP. Crossmyloof train station is nearby, and is only a few minutes from Glasgow Central. There'll be plenty of Amigas old and slightly less old to see and play with, and some other interesting retro gear too.

Events for the day are yet to be confirmed, but we'll have the obligatory SWOS tournament, and I will be giving a short presentation on the ins and outs of the Amiga Startup-sequence.

Tea and coffee will be available in the hall on the day, and there are nearby shops and cafes for grub if needed. It takes place from 12 noon-6pm, and after that we'll head to a local establishment for some food and drinks.

Tables will be available for anyone wishing to bring their own gear, and people are welcome to turn up from 11:30 for setting up. There should be plenty of tables available, but let me know if you'd like one and I'll reserve one for you. Please bring extension leads as sockets are limited in the hall.

Entry is free, though donations towards the cost of the hall would be greatly appreciated

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