GGB Denton: Shadowhunters Cassandra Clare

Cassandra Clare fans took portals from the many Institutes to gather at the Downworlder North Branch Library in Denton to take part in Ivy Devi’s Shadowhunters Plan-a-Brunch. Ivy was also this month’s Brunchette of the Month, nominated by the officers for her continued brunch involvement and raffle contributions; for more about Ivy, check out her…

GGB Reno’s “Geek Love” Brunch

Love was in the air for GGB Reno’s February “Geek Love” themed brunch. Twelve brunchettes were in attendance to discuss their favorite geeky couples and romance movies, and to engage in some lively ship wars. Julie started off introductions by talking about her all-time favorite couple, Sailor Moon’s Usagi & Mamoru, and her appropriately favorite…

Galentine’s Day- GGB Baltimore Celebrates the Unofficial National Holiday

It was an absolutely beautiful day when the brunchettes made their way downtown for our second annual Galentine’s Day brunch. Even though it wasn’t the official day for Galentine’s Day (the unofficial holiday to celebrate your gal-pals), in the words of Leslie Knope, ‘anytime a group of ladies get together for brunch they embrace the…

The ‘Marvel’ous Brunch in Sacramento

In February, the Sacramento Chapter of Geek Girl Brunch ventured out of the Sacramento City grid and into the suburbs of Folsom for waffles. The Waffle Experience was kind enough to host us and provide their private banquet room for brunch.  And we made sure to mark the entrance to that private room with a…

February: Come As You Geek

Our very geeky ladies were ready to come as they are, and so we planned a Galentine’s theme to let them showcase their most favorite geeky selves. We had our February brunch at a new location, Sapphire’s Cafe in Lewisville. Our ladies enjoyed sharing their favorite things while eating delicious sandwiches and salads, drinking mimosas,…

Kansas City Makes Their Escape – Almost

A tape outline on the floor marked where the murdered body was found. But the office of private investigator John Monroe was quiet…too quiet. The Kansas City Brunchette Detective Squad knew the murder had taken place at 2pm, and was likely someone the victim knew, but that was all. And they had an hour to…