GGB Fresno: Be Our Guests

Be our Guests! Spring is often thought of the season of new beginnings.  For the Geek Girls of Fresno, it meant a new Beauty and the Beast film and many new members.  Disney’s much anticipated live action adaptation of Belle and her Beast brought about a major response to our March brunch.  With 32 attendees,…

GGB Fresno: Horror Book Exchange

  For our October meet up, we wanted to do something related to the season but without going full Halloween (you never go full Halloween 😉 ). We decided to exchange novels that fall under the horror, thriller, or mystery genres. The Geek Girls met at a local Mexican restaurant, Casa Corona, which has a…

GGB Fresno: Game of Thrones Brunch

The ladies of GGB Fresno apologize for the late arrival of this document. It was intercepted and kept by the High Sparrow as he believed its contents were a sin against the Faith of the Seven. It was Queen Margaery who convinced him of its harmless nature and it was finally released under the condition…

GGB Fresno: Tabletop Brunch

April 30th was International Tabletop Day, which ended up being a lovely coincidence seeing as we scheduled GGB Fresno’s Tabletop Brunch on this particular day. The venue for our noon-time brunch (or perhaps more accurately, “lunch”) was Legends Comics and Games located at Fashion Fair Mall in Fresno. Legends Comics graciously let us use their…

GGB Fresno: Brunch & Pride & Prejudice & Zombies

Nine times out of ten, our Fresno chapter of Geek Girl Brunch has held dinners for our brunchettes instead of brunch, but for our February meetup, we decided to do a traditional brunch, which I’m sure Mrs. Bennet would have approved. We gathered at La Boulangerie, a bakery/café in the Fig Garden Village area of Fresno. We…

GGB Fresno: The Brunch Awakens…

…after dark because, Pub Crawl.    The Fresno Zombie Society did it again with another fantastic crawl. The subject was, of course, STAR WARS. The beloved STAR WARS needs no introduction. George Lucas’s galactic universe has infiltrated our culture to the degree where even that nanoscale of humans who haven’t seen it are now familiar….