WBMUTBB Chapter/iMayberry Community Meetup - Mayberry Days - Corner of Graves St and W. Pine Street
It's time to plan our meeting time for the WBMUTBB Chapter and the iMayberry Community at Mayberry Days.
I've looked at the schedule and the best time for us to meetup this year is at 3pm on Friday. That would be after Mrs. Wiley's Tea Party (1pm-2pm), Doug Dillard Afternoon tribute (2pm), and before the Youth Trivia (3:30pm-4:30pm).
Normally we would meet following the "World Championship of TAGS Trivia" but this year the trivia will be followed by "Fast Gun Fife's Rapid Response" hosted by WBMUTBB's own Scott Hopkins! That sounds like a fun trivia competition for "regular folk" trivia (maybe I can get at least one answer right).
SO, I think before all the trivia gets started (and don't forget the James Best session at the Earle at 4:15pm) we could have our meetup.
In order to make the meeting a more central location and to allow folks to actually visit a bit, I think we should try to meet on the hill that's just to the east of The Andy Griffith Museum (the corner of Graves St and W. Pine Street).
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That map should show you a Google Map of exactly where I'm talking
about (the map doesn't show the Museum).
WHAT: WBMUTBB Chapter/iMayberry Community Meetup
WHEN: Mayberry Days 3pm Friday
WHERE: Corner of Graves St and W. Pine Street (http://goo.gl/maps/Gy3XB)
See you there!
-- Allan "Floyd" Newsome
There are a few games I have over at iMayberry.com and they've been around for YEAR but I figured you guys might not know about them.
Mayberry Word Search
Deputy Sheriff's Qualifying School:
CHECKERS AT FLOYD'S:
There are also two Crossword puzzles about The Andy Griffith Show at the TAGSRWC.com site that i did years back.
Gomer's Crossword Fill 'er Up
Emma's Jaywalking Crossword
I hope you enjoy yourself.
Hey iMayberry Community!
Wow, the community is doing great and we're seeing a lot of folks join us here in our little corner of Mayberry! I'm excited about that and I hope all of you will take time to get to know one another. I'm going to do all I can to help that happen and to make sure we have fun here.
As a start of the "fun', how about a Mayberry calendar? The folks at the Who's Been Messin' Up the Bulletin Board Digest have been talking a ALOT for the last few days about the lack of a "store bought" calendar about The Andy Griffith Show. That got me wondering why we couldn't make a calendar for our selves.
I'm adding a download link (see below) to this blog entry that is a twelve month calendar and each month has a different Mayberry related image. The images are of cast members, tribute artist, shots from TAGS, and of fans.
I didn't tell who is in the photos but I think you'll know. If not, post a comment and I'll post the information on a given month in the discussion/comment area of this blog entry.
The calendar is an Adobe PDF file and will print one month per page if you print all the pages at one time. You'll then want to use a hole punch to punch three holes. One in the middle top and two others evenly spaced toward the edges of the top of the calendar. Take string or ribbon and tie it through the two outside holes and use the middle hole to hang the calendar on whatever hanger you'll be using.
I hope you all enjoy the calendar and I look forward to hearing from you!
DOWNLOAD: 2012 Mayberry Calendar
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