Been hearing rumors that the collective is moving? Curious about the quiet here on our own little blog? Well it’s time to end the silence and say
We’ll be moving our feet down the street to our new digs at 100 N Arlington Suite 100, a.k.a Arlington Towers, a.k.a. “the Fishbowl” at the end of the month, with all our space powers focused on a June 3rd opening. Our members are rallying, the furniture and toys are piling up, excitement is building. We’re going to make a splash in our bowl by the river downtown if we have our way.
Curiosity piqued? We’ve got new membership plans posted and parking arranged at the parking gallery next to Silver Peak brewery. If you want to know more contact us and stay tuned!
The collective has an active WordPress contingent, and we’re proud to have provided the space for much of the planning for this year’s WordCamp. They’ve lined up a great looking schedule of presentations, workshops, and, like the foam on the cappuccino, an after party. Sign up and we’ll see you there!
As long as I’ve been at the Collective these lockers have stood inaccessible and useless, combinations long lost, and we’ve had no place for members to lock up their goodies when they step out for lunch. This situation was intolerable to Ann, who began a multipronged campaign to restore access to the innards of the steel monolith. One of her actions took the form of a challenge to Reno Bridgewire to help us gain entry by any means in their possession. Dan and his posse rose to the occasion, first using a flexible camera to read the serial numbers from the backs of the lockers. Unfortunately that information got us nowhere with the Masterlock bureaucracy, so Dan returned to have another go. He soon found a “key” and quickly opened all the lockers so we could disable the combinations and …
It’s been six months since our last Town Hall meeting and a lot has happened around the Ol’ Collective. Members have come and gone, bills have been paid, arts shows have opened, paintings have been put up and taken down, Colin and crew came back, and flowers were planted out front (Thanks Jared!). Read more…