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The Annual WPLUG Open Source picnic will be held on Sunday August 2 at 12 P.M. to 5 P.M. at Snyder Park in Whitehall.

We will ask everyone to contribute to the success of the this picnic.

Setup Crew[edit]

The setup crew will show up around 11:30 A.M. to hang signs, decorate the grounds, put table cloths down, put ice in the coolers, establish a place for trash and recycle-able materials, light grill, supply restrooms with soap and paper products.

Sign-up here for setup crew:

  • Robert Provins
  • Your Name Here

Cleanup Crew[edit]

The cleanup crew will be present around 5 P.M. to safely close the grill, deal with remaining food, manage trash, and lockup restrooms.

Sign-up here for cleanup crew:

Food & Beverage[edit]

We will need prepared foods, snacks, deserts, non-alcoholic beverages, grilling meat and veggie patties, and condiments. Please note there will not be electricity at the picnic grounds.

Sign-up here with the name of your dish and your name:


This is stuff that is needed just because you are picnicing. These items are grills, coolers, ice, plates, cups, flatware, tablecloths, extra chairs, napkins, and paper towels.

Sign-up here with the incidental you are bringing and your name:

  • Patio chairs (2), Vance Kochenderfer
  • Charcoal grill and charcoal, Vance Kochenderfer
  • Grill - Owned by WPLUG, transported and setup by Robert Provins
  • Paper towels, Vance Kochenderfer
  • Plates, Vance Kochenderfer
  • Cups, your name
  • Plastic flatware, your name
  • Cooler ice, William Eicher
  • Cooler, your name
  • Cooler, your name
  • Incidental, your name
  • Incidental, your name


This area is wide open. You plan an activity for the picnic guests.

In the past members have brought card games and legos.

There is a basketball court and a baseball field at the picnic ground. Sporting equipment is welcome.

There is cold water available at the picnic grounds. Water toys are welcome.

You may bring a music player for audio entertainment but it must run on batteries. There will be no electricity.

There will be no computers. This is a picnic.

Sign-up here to organize entertainment:

  • David Ostroske - I'm bringing card games for later in the afternoon. Old favorites Fluxx (including a Monty Python variant) and Chez Geek will be back, plus a new one, Are You the Traitor? They all work with lots of people.
  • Beth Lynn Eicher - I've got a basketball. Anyone want to play T-U-X right after lunch? That is where you challenge your oppents to make baskets from similar distance and angle. Those who miss the answer the oppent's goal get a letter; first T, then U, then X. Those who spell TUX are out of the game. This is a game of the last one standing. Follow the rules of HORSE for more information.
  • Your Name here, what kind of activity, the time frame you want to do this activity