Mark your iCal — 12/18 is the date for December’s Harrisburg Tweetup. We meet on the third Thursday of every month at the Abbey Bar, upstairs at Appalachian Brewing Company in Harrisburg. The official time is 7pm – 9pm, but we sometimes come early and almost always have a few stragglers stay late. The Tweetups are open to anyone from Central PA (not just Harrisburg) who has a Twitter account or a blog. Read on for the scoop.
In what will no doubt prove to be a record-setting last-minute notice, the Harrisburg Tweetup is happening tonight from 7 to 9pm at Appalachian Brewing Company on Cameron St. As always, we’ll be upstairs in the Abbey Bar. Of course, since we have these regularly on the third Thursday of every month in the same place and at the same time, you already knew all that.
Sorry for the late notice, but October’s third Thursday is almost upon us, and that means it’s time once again for our monthly blogger / Twitterer meetup. As always, we’ll be meeting at the Abbey Bar (upstairs at Appalachian Brewing Company) beginning around 7pm. Unlike the previous Tweetups, this time we’ll be entirely indoors — just look for a cluster of people with laptops unfurled.
The third Thursday of every month, us bloggers and Twitter users (Twitterers? Tweeps? Twits?) get together on the second floor of Appalachian Brewing Company on Cameron Street to get together and share in good company, food, and whatever seasonal beer (or chocolate milk, for the under-21 crowd) ABC happens to be cranking out. We’re a very friendly bunch, and our group grows in size every month. The tweetup is open to anyone from Central PA with a Twitter account as well as all of the contributing bloggers featured on blogHarrisburg. Hope to see you there!
CORRECTION: The date was previously listed incorrectly. The correct date is 8/21.
First off, thanks to everyone who showed up at July’s meetup! It was great hanging out with the regulars once again, and getting to meet a whole slew of new faces was inspiring to say the least. It’s really quite impressive to see this big of a community forming in what is arguably a medium-sized city in a very rural state. Judging by the steady growth of the past meetups, August’s promises to be even bigger.