Issue 31 - 2003-03-31
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First of all, we'd like to thank Pádraig Ó Méalóid, James Bacon and Eoin Meegan for taking over the running of the March meeting at short notice. The "Show and Tell" meeting went down a treat, with all kinds of interesting objects being put on show.
APRIL MEETING: HOAXES AND CONSPIRACY THEORIES
April's meeting promises to be another treat, with Michael Carroll opening our eyes to all the hoaxes and conspiracy theories going on around us. Were the moon landings faked? Who really was behind the Kennedy shooting? What really happened at Tuscar Rock? These and other questions may or may not be answered on Tuesday 1st April (April Fool's Day).
Michael Carroll really has been awfully good to the Sci-Fi Club, frequently enthralling audiences on a wide range of topics. We thank him.
MAY MEETING: THE SCI-FI CLUB AWARDS
This will be followed by the Sci-Fi Club Awards in May. Here we will present awards in a wide variety of categories in a glittzy and glamorous ceremony. Unlike the Oscars, we have no plans to tone down this year's awards, and we invite everyone to wear their most glamorous outfits. We are currently arranging a red carpet to welcome any stars who might show up.
Future meeting topics include Freemasons, Folklore, Serious Science and black magic (in no particular order). We're also keen to hear other ideas for meetings. Please email us at email@example.com
We have nearly finished a redesign of the Sci-Fi Club website. The main advantage of the new site is it will be easier for us to update, so it should be less prone to falling behind the times.
We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday.
James and Frank
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