An announcement for people who may be in the Southern California area on March 24 or 25: Nate Oman, Caroline Kline, and Kaimi Wenger will be speaking as a panel at the Miller-Eccles group in Southern California, on the topic of LDS blogging. Nate and Kaimi blog here at Times and Seasons. (Hopefully our readers have figured that much out by now!). Caroline writes for the underrated Exponent II blog, and has also guest-posted at Feminist Mormon Housewives.
The topic is broad, and should provide the speakers with a chance to cover a lot of interesting material. The panel will include time for Q&A as well. The meetings typically begin around 7:30 p.m., and run until 9 p.m.
The group will meet in Orange County on Friday the 24th, and in Los Angeles on Saturday the 25th. (A possible added consideration for regular blog readers: The Saturday portion is held at the home of the Frandsen family, parents to T&S permablogger Rosalynde Welch and former T&S guest Naomi Frandsen). A suggested contribution of $10 per attendee helps defray costs.
The Miller-Eccles Group was established in 1980. It typically brings in a different speaker or panel each month to address group members. Recent speakers have included Greg Prince, Richard Bushman, Richard Dutcher, Daniel Peterson, Teryl Givens, Philip Barlow, Todd Compton, and Armand Mauss. More information on the MESG is available at the group’s website, including information for those who would like to be notified of future events.
I hope to see many of you there!