We're on for the 2018 FallFrankenFest! We have once again secured the American Legion Lodge in Sutton, MA for Saturday October 20th, 2018. We have the room for 12 noon until 5 PM though "organizers" can show up early to help "setup". This is our second time at this venue - the last event in March went quite smoothly. The location is just off of route 146 south of the Mass Pike (I90) - so this should be a little bit closer for most of us versus Clinton. Dudley-Gendron American Legion 156 Boston Rd Sutton, MA 01590 Here's a link to a map: https://www.google.com/maps/place/A...24bd01d4435f98!8m2!3d42.1598864!4d-71.7401907 Here's the Barter Town thread (visible to AK subscribers only): http://audiokarma.org/forums/index....0-20-18-fall-frankenfest-stuff-thread.832568/ The room costs us $250. I've already paid for the room for this event from excess proceeds from the March event. Entry fee for this event will be $5 per person (kids and spouses are free). This money will go toward paying for the next event's room fees. There's more - We are not allowed to bring alcohol onsite or drink out in the parking lots - but - there is a bar adjacent to our room for those who crave a brewski with the friendly locals. There is a kitchen area where we can use the refrigerator and also warm food - but don't plan on cooking a meal there (sorry Ed). As we saw last time there are tables available. We should bring extension cords and power strips. They have an ATM in the bar (could be dangerous, I know). Plenty of parking and no stairs from the parking lot so loading and unloading will be easy. If anyone would like to put on a presentation or seminar that would be great - just let me know. For the last 2 events I had T-shirts and polo shirts made. We won't have anything like that for this event. If folks would like me to get event items (hats, hoodies, etc) for the March event let me know and maybe we can do that. Glenn aka GD70 is going to try and coordinate some listening sessions (I know, like herding cats). It's wonderful that we can continue the FrankenFest tradition. For now it looks like a Fall (October) and Winter (March) event schedule works out well so we'll stick to that.