The details are below. On the off-chance you're finding this message after our June 5 meeting, fear not. A July 2011 meeting is already in the works and will be announced here once the details have been set. Meanwhile, if you can make in to SF on June 5, we'll look forward to seeing you there!
The San Francisco Chapter of the Open Organisation Of Lockpickers
invites you to join us to learn about the history, styles, features,
and techniques for using Bogota wave rakes. This meeting focuses on
the unique characteristics and effectiveness of Bogota tools.
Please join us for a interactive, 120-minute presentation by Christina
Palmer. Christina will demonstrate both picking and how to make your
own set of Bogota rakes from stainless steel windshield wiper blade
inserts. Afterward, she'll entertain Bogota-related Q&A and, for those
new to lockpicking, questions about basic tools and techniques.
Host: Organizer Kai, founder of TOOOL San Francisco
Where: Noisebridge at 2169 Mission St, San Francisco -
When: Sunday, June 5, 2011, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Questions about the meeting time, place, or program? Post them here,
or contact Michael Fitzhugh <email@example.com> / 415-269-7757.
TOOOL SF is the San Francisco chapter of the the US Division of The
Open Organisation Of Lockpickers.