[Sca-cooks] need to draw on your experience

Johnna Holloway johnnae at mac.com
Thu Nov 13 10:50:19 PST 2008

I think it could work. The major part would be figuring out costs and 
the number
of people required to make it happen. Would 20 work or do you need more like
50? 60?
How many other events would it compete against on the calendar in 
It's rather hard to predict low cost flights within Europe but you might 
get quite several
people that might fly in if fares were cheap next fall. People have 
traveled across the US
to be at CooksCon in Colorado Springs for example. You probably won't be 
able to count
on many Americans unless they are working in Europe or can combine it 
with a business
If you decide to go with it, I would get it on the calendar and start 
advertising it often and

Good luck,


> On Thu, Nov 13, 2008 at 7:33 AM, Susanne Mayer <susanne.mayer5 at chello.at>wrote: snipped
>> The fee will have to be split into sleeping fee (in Vienna hostels, idealy
>> also sleeping in the scholl will be possible, ....) and food fee which will
>> be used to buy all necessary food stuff.
>> The evening program will be MUSEUM from 18:00 pm to 1:00 am in the mornig
>> in groups or alone, as every one preferes.snipped
>> http://langenacht2.orf.at/index.php?id=740
>> snipped
>> So I would realy like to hear your opinion and has someone made such an
>> event already?
>> best regards Katharina
>> Drachenwald
>> ad-flumen-caerulum
>> http://www.sca-austria.org/

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