[Tastebridge] VH and question about kids
kathryn at kathrynstorm.com
Fri Sep 23 19:03:45 UTC 2011
I totally agree that its up to the parent and should generally be their
responsibility but I wanted to be considerate of the space and community,
It was a lady coming to the Vegan Hacker event on Tuesday who wanted to
bring her daughter along. I actually did reply to her saying exactly what
I mentioned above and including links to what I found on the Noisebridge
wiki that essentially mention what Rachel did. I wasn't discouraging, just
trying to give some information as it sounded like she was familiar with
I appreciate your replies! I guess I never considered kids before. Good to
> I've brought my son to Noisebridge, and some of his friends. He's 11 now.
> Danny brings his daughter who is 8. Plenty of other kids have been around.
> We don't have any policies on children at Noisebridge. And I really hope
> that people don't discourage kids from being at Noisebridge!
> If you want me to email this person I'm happy to do it. Is she just asking
> "Are kids allowed at Noisebridge?" (yes) or does she want some other
> - Liz
> On Fri, Sep 23, 2011 at 11:02 AM, Kathryn Storm
> <kathryn at kathrynstorm.com>wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Vegan Hacker is this coming Tuesday
>> I got an interesting email from a lady who wants to bring her 10-year
>> I couldn't find any info on the wiki (maybe I'm blind) regarding
>> on children. Personally, I don't want to be responsible if it comes to
>> that but maybe someone can point me toward an existing policy or
>> considerations. The space doesn't seem outright child-friendly but you
>> never know..
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