The times for the event will be 7:00 to 10:00, at the Maryland Inn. We will be in the Crown and Crab room, across the hallway from the Drummer's Lot Public House. Please RSVP with a headcount of your group so that I know how many to expect, and whom. (or is it who?) Which ever.
By the by, if this is redundant, well, so be it. We are meeting for cocktails and social intercourse (snicker.) We are also meeting to discuss what we will be doing with this here Society. Plans for future events? Bring 'em. Ideals to share? Pack'em in your kit bag. A bone to pick with daily mediocrity? Wear it on your sleeve! We're out for a fun time in a s stylish a manner as possible.
Other topics to discuss: Dinner before-hand. Does anyone wish to wrangle a meeting? We can also certainly do our own individual dining arrangements as well. Annapolis certainly has a host of fun gastronomical establishments.
Professor: Clan MacKenzie are travelling in a pack on that day, and so I will be in attendance along with my current husband Jno., my gender-ambiguous child Ashley, and my friend Herr Professor Doktor Johannes M., whom I believe you met on one of your mutual chrono-ventures when he got stuck between England ca. 1543 and Gettysburg ca. 1863. So that's a headcount of four.
I am planning to attend the gathering, and indeed look forward to it with pleasure. I may use the opportunity to demonstrate an invention, which a colleague and I have been striving to perfect. This presentation will take about 15 to 20 minutes, if I might beg the indulgence of yourself and the other guests.
Dr. Don Sharpe
I shall certainly make every attempt to avoid the unfortunate results you have mentioned, although I'm sure you are aware of the dangers attendant on experiments in temporal and physical displacement...
I'm pleased to say that I will be able to attend this exciting event! Additionally, I will be bringing all of my completed creations to the gathering, should any be interested in perusing and/or purchasing said items. For a sample of my work, please see the photo album on my page. I create steampunk-inspired jewelry, integrating precious metals and precious and semi-precious gems with vintage watch parts to create unique and eye-catching jewelry- our dear Professor Moone is already an avid collector of my wares. Unfortunately I do not have a vast inventory yet, but I do accept commissions, and I'm in constant production!
Looking forward to meeting you all there,
Miss J.A. Faulkes