NNEUUG reminder: meeting is Monday 11/24

nneuug-contact@Dartmouth.EDU
Fri, 21 Nov 1997 08:07:33 -0500


CORBA will be the topic of the next meeting of the Northern New England
UNIX User Group (NNEUUG). Our presenter is Mike Rosen of BEA Systems,
speaking as a representative of the Object Management Group (OMG).
The meeting will take place at 7:30 PM on Monday, November 24. We will meet
at Cyber Jo's, 58 Elm Street, in downtown Nashua (right near City Hall).
They are normally closed on Monday night, so we will have the place to
ourselves. There is no charge to attend, though the cafe' may charge for
their food.

DIRECTIONS: Cyber Jo's is at 58 Elm Street in Nashua. Elm Street is West
of, and parallel to, Main Street. The building is an old warehouse in the
block bounded by Elm, Mulberry, Maple and West Hollis Streets; the same
block as The Parthenon and Chicken 'n' Chips. (Stop in at C'n'C and see
their display of ceramic chickens!) Cyber Jo's is on the second floor,
reached by an outside stairway on the East side (parking-lot side) or by
a more conventional stairway from a blank door opening onto Elm Street.
The whole building is in the middle of Nashua's Maple Street Municipal
Parking Lot.

to and straight through the junction with Main Street (traffic light where
you see City Hall and Carvel on the right in the next block). Beyond that
junction, turn left onto either Maple or Elm Streets and then park in the
lot. There should be ample signs pointing to the entrance.

Route 3 in that stretch) and head in toward town. You will be on Kinsley
Street (also NH 111 East), which is one block South of Mulberry when it
gets near downtown. About 1.5 miles from the exit, you will encounter two
traffic lights in succession: Elm Street and then Main Street. If you can
recognize the Elm Street intersection (no landmark buildings), then turn
left and go up 1.5 blocks and turn right into the parking lot. If you get
to Main Street, turn left, look for 111 West at the next light, and
proceed as in the previous paragraph.

A map should be available at their Web site:
http://www.cyberjo.com
On meeting night, you can call (603) 889-7642 if you get lost among the
one-way streets.
.................David Marston marston@coos.dartmouth.EDU