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Ventura County Jolly Up! Yes, really!

Posted: 13 Jan 2018, 00:03
by toomanyhatz
OK, Muskrat and I already live there, and Quaco and TG have said they'll happily make the drive. Maybe even Goldwax? It's not the Joker after all!

Let's hash out some dates in February and I'll post it up. LA people or visiting out-of-state/country folks are of course welcome as well.

This:

http://www.brendans.com/camarillo/

or this:

http://darrylscouch.com/

or maybe even this:

http://www.dargansventura.com/

are possible venues. Share your thoughts here and let's get 'er done!

Re: Ventura County Jolly Up! Yes, really!

Posted: 13 Jan 2018, 00:15
by Muskrat
I'm out Saturdays 10, 17 and 24 evenings, though I could be there (depending on where "there" is) until about 6 any of those dates. Everything else is, so far, OK. Looking forward to something...it's been too long.

Re: Ventura County Jolly Up! Yes, really!

Posted: 16 Jan 2018, 15:44
by TG
I’m in. First weekend in February is bad but other than that I should be available.

Re: Ventura County Jolly Up! Yes, really!

Posted: 17 Jan 2018, 08:37
by Quaco
I'm pretty open as well.

Re: Ventura County Jolly Up! Yes, really!

Posted: 18 Jan 2018, 18:04
by sloopjohnc
No air hockey or shuffleboard.

I'm out.

Re: Ventura County Jolly Up! Yes, really!

Posted: 18 Jan 2018, 18:46
by toomanyhatz
sloopjohnc wrote:No air hockey or shuffleboard.

I'm out.


I can find a place with both if those are your only criteria.

Re: Ventura County Jolly Up! Yes, really!

Posted: 18 Jan 2018, 20:24
by toomanyhatz
Getting serious for a moment - let me see how my February schedule shakes down and we'll nail down a date. Most likely on a Saturday afternoon.

I'm leaning toward Brendan's as a location, but possibly the Newbury Park location instead of Camarillo, as they have outdoor seating and Camarillo doesn't.

Re: Ventura County Jolly Up! Yes, really!

Posted: 19 Jan 2018, 03:21
by Muskrat
toomanyhatz wrote:I'm leaning toward Brendan's as a location, but possibly the Newbury Park location instead of Camarillo, as they have outdoor seating and Camarillo doesn't.


It's also a little closer to Los Angeles, and saves our visitors from the Big City the terror of the Conejo Grade.