Extra OCON Get-Togethers

 Posted by on 30 June 2010 at 7:00 am  Announcements, OCON
Jun 302010

In addition to the slew of official lectures and events at OCON this year, I’m hosting three unofficial get-togethers for OList subscribers.

  • OActivists: Happy Hour on Saturday, July 3rd, after State of ARI (35 attending so far)
  • OEvolve: Dinner on Sunday, July 4th (21 attending so far)
  • OBloggers: Lunch on Wednesday, July 7th (20 attending so far)

If you’re on those lists, you should have gotten an evite. (If not, check your spam folder.) If you wish to attend the OEvolve Dinner or the OBloggers Lunch, you must respond “yes” via the evite by the start of OCON. After that, bribery will be required. :-) I’m not so fussy about the OActivists Happy Hour, but please do respond “yes” if you plan to attend.

I’m so excited to meet even more of the people that I’ve gotten to know through my OLists. I love seeing my old friends at OCON, and I love meeting people who will be old friends by next year’s OCON! Yay for good people!

In addition, if you’re interested in creating a new Objectivist community group — or growing an existing group, I recommend that you attend the Oclubs.org workshop at OCON in the evening of Wednesday, July 7. Here’s their announcement:

Join the Oclubs.org workshop at OCON. Learn how to start & grow an Objectivist Community Club in your hometown!
  • The Colorado Objectivist community has more than 60 members and 7 monthly events
  • Chicago has 40 members in its community and 7 events per month
  • Atlanta’s new Objectivist community is thriving with 30 members and 1 event per month

Learn how these cities got started! Join Oclubs.org for a 45 minute workshop at OCON.

Wednesday, July 7 at 6:15p – 7:00, 5th Floor, Charleston F room

Oclubs.org was started to support the leaders of Objectivist clubs. We create resources, answer questions, and share advice. Read our Mission Statement here.

Oclubs.org is a fantastic resource for campus and community groups, and I hope to see lots of you at this meeting!

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