Repeating what I'd said on the now-retired thread:
THE pic-nic shelter at Fountainhead Regional Park has been secured for our use, all day, Saturday, June 8, from nine o'clock a.m. to sunset. Capacity limited to fifty people; parking for 164 vehicles plus 6 handicapped.
Here's a description of THE pic-nic shelter, including park rules:http://www.nvrpa.org/park/fountainhe...shelter_rental
see also: http://rs.nvrpa.org/shelter_details.php?shelter_id=27
Btw, I'm not keeping track of how many people are coming, what they're bringing, or any of that other administrative stuff.
Common food sensitivities ought to be considered: please label anything containing any of the following non-exclusive list of ingredients: dairy, wheat, rye, barley, oats, corn, peanuts, soybeans, quinoa, tree-nuts, meat (not really a food allergy thing, but there may be a vegetarian or two among us), or derivatives thereof. Without labels, there will be people unable to eat anything because of uncertainty, and watch out for cross-contamination. To a person with a food allergy, getting a single corn chip (for example) lost in the bag of potato chips means the entire bag of potato chips has become potentially deadly, even after the corn chip has been removed.