Oral History Project
By now most, if not all, of our members have received information about the Oral History Project. The initial contact was by email, with follow-up postcards and email, with a return address of American Mensa, Ltd, Oral History Project, and signed by Executive Director Trevor Mitchell. The communications asked members to call a number to verify their membership information and share their stories. When users call the number listed, they are greeted by an operator who goes through a lengthy series of questions, and then ends with an invitation to purchase a book package for the yet-to-be-published book. The official description of the project can be found on the national Mensa website: us.mensa.org/oralhistory
Cabin Fever 4.0 Planning Meeting
Monday, November 1st, 7:00 pm
Radisson Hotel, 12601 W 95th Street, Lenexa, KS
RBG Bar & Grill in the Atrium
We continue planning with the Radisson Hotel for Cabin Fever 4.0 to be held on February 4-6, 2022. We will review the planned agenda and discuss potential presenters, board game tournaments, and other entertainment options. We would welcome members’ input and comments! Check out your copy of the November Mension for more information about this – like how to RSVP so we can schedule appropriate seating at the restaurant.
Saturday, November 6th, 10:00 am
10601 Lee Blvd., Leawood, KS
Meet at the swimming pool parking lot on the left just inside the gate. We will walk along part of the Tomahawk Creek Trail.
Saturday, November 13th, 1:00 pm
14967 W 119th Street, Olathe, KS
Grunauer in October was lovely and not very expensive. Half a dozen of us gathered for a nod to Oktoberfest. COVID has been hard on German restaurants in town. Among the tastes that tempted us were: a cheesy spaetzle, a very filling steak sandwich, a quinoa salad, Hungarian goulash, and the alpine meat and cheese tray with spicy mustard, red cabbage, pretzel roll, and rye toast. Several of us tasted the German beers. Overall, it was a tasteful adventure with great service. Join us at Yuva Eats, a progressive Nepalese Indian kitchen, in November — and please RSVP.