[NR] Society for Compulsive Alcoholics?

Doug Copley doug.copley at gmail.com
Wed Feb 13 11:17:27 PST 2013

I think part of that depends on if it is a camping event. A day event, many
people do not drink at all or they have a flask and they share a sip with a
few people but do not even drink enough to get a child drunk.

A camping event, people like to sit around and tell stories, laugh, joke,
and have a drink.

If you tailor it to one type of activity you also limit the people that
will attend.

I try to attend as many events as possible, but yes I do like to drink so a
non-drinking site could be come a factor and if it was iffy for me to go
anyway, that could tip the scales.


On Wed, Feb 13, 2013 at 12:46 PM, Tamara Sorcha Taylor <
ttaylor6256 at gmail.com> wrote:

> My group is looking to hold an event in September (Gods willing) and one of
> the venues we're looking at is a dry site.
> How important is alcohol, in your opinion, to an event? What if the event
> was tailored to a specific community (say, Rapier) and had a ton of fun
> activities planned....but was dry. Would that factor in to your decision to
> attend?
> Any tips or hints you might give to a new Crat facing this situation?
> Much Thanks,
> Lady Sorcha McCullogh
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