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Interesting Nov Events from the CPCUG Calendar for DC MD VA Folks

[Wed., Nov. 18] 7:30 pm, Digital Video SIG, free
MAKING A SUCCESSFUL FIELD DOCUMENTARY:
"We Remember Grundy"
Speaker: Russell Belcher, Arc Lamp Productions
Bethesda Chevy Chase Services Center
4805 Edgemoor Lane, 2nd floor, Room A
(southwest corner of Old Georgetown Road and Edgemoor Lane)
Bethesda, MD
Parking: Garage in building (small fee)
Metrorail: Bethesda Station, Red Line, 1 block away
http://www.dvug.org
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Saturday, November 21
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    * RSVP requested--send e-mail to bconn@cpcug.org *
1:00 pm, Entrepreneurs and Consultants SIG, free
PRODUCTIVITY WITHOUT THE STEEP COST:
An Overview of Free Open Source Software
Speaker: Tom Gutnick, Sunny Banana,
President and Chief Dragon Slayer
Cleveland Park Library
3310 Connecticut Avenue, NW, 1st Floor Large Meeting Room,
Washington, DC
(west side of Connecticut Avenue between Macomb and Newark Sts.)
Metrorail: Cleveland Park Subway Station on Red Line (1.5 blocks)
Map:
http://www.stationmasters.com/System_Map/CLEVELND/clevelnd.html
To RSVP--send e-mail to bconn@cpcug.org
http://entrepreneur.cpcug.org/

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