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Re: Spinning at the Grange this year.

Teresa Ambrose
 

That sounds about right Carol. 3 hours is plenty and like you said they can put it on the schedule. Let me know when and about how many spinners and I will coordinate with Rudy.

🦋
“History, despite its wrenching pain cannot be unlived, but if faced with courage need not be lived again.” -Maya Angelou

On Aug 19, 2019, at 6:31 PM, Carol Fessler <carol.fessler@...> wrote:

If I’m around I would be glad to do it but I agree wholeheartedly with Shelley.  Maybe we can get a group of 3-6 spinners to come for one 3 hour stretch of time one day only.  It can go on the fair schedule as a discrete, not ongoing, event.

It’s really nice that they want us back and want to accommodate us.

Carol

On Mon, Aug 19, 2019 at 5:46 PM Shelley Reid via Groups.Io <shelweb=mac.com@groups.io> wrote:
The Grange Fair is not far from downtown Yorktown Heights, and the dates are the weekend following Labor Day. 

My remaining concern is that last time we did spin there, Grange folk were disappointed we did not cover a larger span of time (one afternoon instead of two, a couple of hours instead of a longer part of the day). Essentially we had 5 or 6 people total spinning, and we all wanted to be together for a couple of hours the one afternoon. Breaking it up into shifts to cover both days for more than a couple of hours would leave spinners either alone or in groups of maybe 2. That can get a little lonely, and I wouldn’t want to leave my wheel unguarded (small children, tiny fingers)  if I wanted to get food, use the restroom etc.  


Shelley



On Aug 19, 2019, at 5:32 PM, Charlene Feliciano <charlene.r.feliciano@...> wrote:

Hi Teresa, I might be interested but I have a couple of questions, where and will this take place?

On Mon, Aug 19, 2019 at 8:45 AM Teresa Ambrose via Groups.Io <hayslope=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hello Dollies,

I sent this email out a week ago and not a peep. I think I must have sent it to the wrong email address because surely someone would have answered! So I am resending it making sure it is going out to the proper email address. 

Let me know what you think. 

Hi Spinners!

I have been contacted by Rudy Spadaro, (a neighbor who has been involved in the Grange fair since he was young). Rudy coordinates the tractor parade and displays his tractors and now he is on the board. When Rudy was a boy he lived with Silvia Thorne a longtime Croton Heights resident and avid spinner and weaver. He helped Silvia transport her wheel and etc. to the fair every year where she would spin in the Grange building. Rudy was the one who asked me to bring our spinners to the Grange and was very upset that we weren’t returning although he understood. 

At the last Grange meeting Rudy asked that we be asked to return and given better accommodations. The Grange committee agreed and want us to spin in the main Grange building near where the knitting is displayed which is where Silvia Thorne and her group spun. There is better parking there and easy access for bringing in wheels. Also if it rains there will be no wash outs and since it’s a building with a floor instead of a tent with grass it will be much more comfortable. 

As tempted as I am to come back for this I am in Maine and won’t be home until November. 

Is there any interest in this? I know we reached new members this way and I for one had fun teaching people to use drop spindles though teaching is not mandatory. They want us there to demonstrate spinning. 

Maybe someone can create a poll? 

Let me know if anyone is interested in Spinning at the Grange this year.

With you in spirit,
Teresa


--
Charlene Vargas
914-282-7492

Re: Spinning at the Grange this year.

Julie von Wettberg
 

I'd love to participate, but it will depend on the timing. I'm due in CT for a rug hooking gallery opening featuring my teacher of that fiber art, Marilyn Bottjer, late Saturday afternoon. And Sunday, unfortunately, is out for me because of three other events I'm committed to. 
I'd especially like to spin because Sylvia Thorne was a great friend and I'd love to talk with Rudy about our memories of her.

Keep me posted on the timing... Sat. morning through early afternoon is my vote!

   Julie von Wettberg

Re: Spinning at the Grange this year.

Lucinda Shastid
 

I'm with Carol - I'll happily come to demonstrate spinning with an e-spinner.  Shelley, will you be able to bring your EE Nano?

So far, I'm wide open that weekend. 

Lucinda

On 8/19/2019 6:31 PM, Carol Fessler wrote:
If I’m around I would be glad to do it but I agree wholeheartedly with Shelley.  Maybe we can get a group of 3-6 spinners to come for one 3 hour stretch of time one day only.  It can go on the fair schedule as a discrete, not ongoing, event.

It’s really nice that they want us back and want to accommodate us.

Carol

On Mon, Aug 19, 2019 at 5:46 PM Shelley Reid via Groups.Io <shelweb=mac.com@groups.io> wrote:
The Grange Fair is not far from downtown Yorktown Heights, and the dates are the weekend following Labor Day. 

My remaining concern is that last time we did spin there, Grange folk were disappointed we did not cover a larger span of time (one afternoon instead of two, a couple of hours instead of a longer part of the day). Essentially we had 5 or 6 people total spinning, and we all wanted to be together for a couple of hours the one afternoon. Breaking it up into shifts to cover both days for more than a couple of hours would leave spinners either alone or in groups of maybe 2. That can get a little lonely, and I wouldn’t want to leave my wheel unguarded (small children, tiny fingers)  if I wanted to get food, use the restroom etc.  


Shelley



On Aug 19, 2019, at 5:32 PM, Charlene Feliciano <charlene.r.feliciano@...> wrote:

Hi Teresa, I might be interested but I have a couple of questions, where and will this take place?

On Mon, Aug 19, 2019 at 8:45 AM Teresa Ambrose via Groups.Io <hayslope=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hello Dollies,

I sent this email out a week ago and not a peep. I think I must have sent it to the wrong email address because surely someone would have answered! So I am resending it making sure it is going out to the proper email address. 

Let me know what you think. 

Hi Spinners!

I have been contacted by Rudy Spadaro, (a neighbor who has been involved in the Grange fair since he was young). Rudy coordinates the tractor parade and displays his tractors and now he is on the board. When Rudy was a boy he lived with Silvia Thorne a longtime Croton Heights resident and avid spinner and weaver. He helped Silvia transport her wheel and etc. to the fair every year where she would spin in the Grange building. Rudy was the one who asked me to bring our spinners to the Grange and was very upset that we weren’t returning although he understood. 

At the last Grange meeting Rudy asked that we be asked to return and given better accommodations. The Grange committee agreed and want us to spin in the main Grange building near where the knitting is displayed which is where Silvia Thorne and her group spun. There is better parking there and easy access for bringing in wheels. Also if it rains there will be no wash outs and since it’s a building with a floor instead of a tent with grass it will be much more comfortable. 

As tempted as I am to come back for this I am in Maine and won’t be home until November. 

Is there any interest in this? I know we reached new members this way and I for one had fun teaching people to use drop spindles though teaching is not mandatory. They want us there to demonstrate spinning. 

Maybe someone can create a poll? 

Let me know if anyone is interested in Spinning at the Grange this year.

With you in spirit,
Teresa


--
Charlene Vargas
914-282-7492

Re: Spinning at the Grange this year.

Anne Abramtsev
 

i can come on saturday.  annie a.

On Tuesday, August 20, 2019, 04:27:20 PM EDT, Lucinda Shastid <jzygala@...> wrote:


I'm with Carol - I'll happily come to demonstrate spinning with an e-spinner.  Shelley, will you be able to bring your EE Nano?

So far, I'm wide open that weekend. 

Lucinda

On 8/19/2019 6:31 PM, Carol Fessler wrote:
If I’m around I would be glad to do it but I agree wholeheartedly with Shelley.  Maybe we can get a group of 3-6 spinners to come for one 3 hour stretch of time one day only.  It can go on the fair schedule as a discrete, not ongoing, event.

It’s really nice that they want us back and want to accommodate us.

Carol

On Mon, Aug 19, 2019 at 5:46 PM Shelley Reid via Groups.Io <shelweb=mac.com@groups.io> wrote:
The Grange Fair is not far from downtown Yorktown Heights, and the dates are the weekend following Labor Day. 

My remaining concern is that last time we did spin there, Grange folk were disappointed we did not cover a larger span of time (one afternoon instead of two, a couple of hours instead of a longer part of the day). Essentially we had 5 or 6 people total spinning, and we all wanted to be together for a couple of hours the one afternoon. Breaking it up into shifts to cover both days for more than a couple of hours would leave spinners either alone or in groups of maybe 2. That can get a little lonely, and I wouldn’t want to leave my wheel unguarded (small children, tiny fingers)  if I wanted to get food, use the restroom etc.  


Shelley



On Aug 19, 2019, at 5:32 PM, Charlene Feliciano <charlene.r.feliciano@...> wrote:

Hi Teresa, I might be interested but I have a couple of questions, where and will this take place?

On Mon, Aug 19, 2019 at 8:45 AM Teresa Ambrose via Groups.Io <hayslope=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hello Dollies,

I sent this email out a week ago and not a peep. I think I must have sent it to the wrong email address because surely someone would have answered! So I am resending it making sure it is going out to the proper email address. 

Let me know what you think. 

Hi Spinners!

I have been contacted by Rudy Spadaro, (a neighbor who has been involved in the Grange fair since he was young). Rudy coordinates the tractor parade and displays his tractors and now he is on the board. When Rudy was a boy he lived with Silvia Thorne a longtime Croton Heights resident and avid spinner and weaver. He helped Silvia transport her wheel and etc. to the fair every year where she would spin in the Grange building. Rudy was the one who asked me to bring our spinners to the Grange and was very upset that we weren’t returning although he understood. 

At the last Grange meeting Rudy asked that we be asked to return and given better accommodations. The Grange committee agreed and want us to spin in the main Grange building near where the knitting is displayed which is where Silvia Thorne and her group spun. There is better parking there and easy access for bringing in wheels. Also if it rains there will be no wash outs and since it’s a building with a floor instead of a tent with grass it will be much more comfortable. 

As tempted as I am to come back for this I am in Maine and won’t be home until November. 

Is there any interest in this? I know we reached new members this way and I for one had fun teaching people to use drop spindles though teaching is not mandatory. They want us there to demonstrate spinning. 

Maybe someone can create a poll? 

Let me know if anyone is interested in Spinning at the Grange this year.

With you in spirit,
Teresa


--
Charlene Vargas
914-282-7492

Re: Spinning at the Grange this year.

Jane Daniels
 

Unfortunately I am busy that weekend. 

Jane

On Tue, Aug 20, 2019 at 4:36 PM Anne Abramtsev via Groups.Io <stardeer01=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
i can come on saturday.  annie a.

On Tuesday, August 20, 2019, 04:27:20 PM EDT, Lucinda Shastid <jzygala@...> wrote:


I'm with Carol - I'll happily come to demonstrate spinning with an e-spinner.  Shelley, will you be able to bring your EE Nano?

So far, I'm wide open that weekend. 

Lucinda

On 8/19/2019 6:31 PM, Carol Fessler wrote:
If I’m around I would be glad to do it but I agree wholeheartedly with Shelley.  Maybe we can get a group of 3-6 spinners to come for one 3 hour stretch of time one day only.  It can go on the fair schedule as a discrete, not ongoing, event.

It’s really nice that they want us back and want to accommodate us.

Carol

On Mon, Aug 19, 2019 at 5:46 PM Shelley Reid via Groups.Io <shelweb=mac.com@groups.io> wrote:
The Grange Fair is not far from downtown Yorktown Heights, and the dates are the weekend following Labor Day. 

My remaining concern is that last time we did spin there, Grange folk were disappointed we did not cover a larger span of time (one afternoon instead of two, a couple of hours instead of a longer part of the day). Essentially we had 5 or 6 people total spinning, and we all wanted to be together for a couple of hours the one afternoon. Breaking it up into shifts to cover both days for more than a couple of hours would leave spinners either alone or in groups of maybe 2. That can get a little lonely, and I wouldn’t want to leave my wheel unguarded (small children, tiny fingers)  if I wanted to get food, use the restroom etc.  


Shelley



On Aug 19, 2019, at 5:32 PM, Charlene Feliciano <charlene.r.feliciano@...> wrote:

Hi Teresa, I might be interested but I have a couple of questions, where and will this take place?

On Mon, Aug 19, 2019 at 8:45 AM Teresa Ambrose via Groups.Io <hayslope=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hello Dollies,

I sent this email out a week ago and not a peep. I think I must have sent it to the wrong email address because surely someone would have answered! So I am resending it making sure it is going out to the proper email address. 

Let me know what you think. 

Hi Spinners!

I have been contacted by Rudy Spadaro, (a neighbor who has been involved in the Grange fair since he was young). Rudy coordinates the tractor parade and displays his tractors and now he is on the board. When Rudy was a boy he lived with Silvia Thorne a longtime Croton Heights resident and avid spinner and weaver. He helped Silvia transport her wheel and etc. to the fair every year where she would spin in the Grange building. Rudy was the one who asked me to bring our spinners to the Grange and was very upset that we weren’t returning although he understood. 

At the last Grange meeting Rudy asked that we be asked to return and given better accommodations. The Grange committee agreed and want us to spin in the main Grange building near where the knitting is displayed which is where Silvia Thorne and her group spun. There is better parking there and easy access for bringing in wheels. Also if it rains there will be no wash outs and since it’s a building with a floor instead of a tent with grass it will be much more comfortable. 

As tempted as I am to come back for this I am in Maine and won’t be home until November. 

Is there any interest in this? I know we reached new members this way and I for one had fun teaching people to use drop spindles though teaching is not mandatory. They want us there to demonstrate spinning. 

Maybe someone can create a poll? 

Let me know if anyone is interested in Spinning at the Grange this year.

With you in spirit,
Teresa


--
Charlene Vargas
914-282-7492



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2802 Deer Street
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Re: Spinning at the Grange this year.

Shelley Reid
 

I believe I’m available that Saturday, and I could bring the Nano along.

Shelley

On Aug 20, 2019, at 4:27 PM, Lucinda Shastid <jzygala@...> wrote:

I'm with Carol - I'll happily come to demonstrate spinning with an e-spinner.  Shelley, will you be able to bring your EE Nano?

So far, I'm wide open that weekend. 

Lucinda

On 8/19/2019 6:31 PM, Carol Fessler wrote:
If I’m around I would be glad to do it but I agree wholeheartedly with Shelley.  Maybe we can get a group of 3-6 spinners to come for one 3 hour stretch of time one day only.  It can go on the fair schedule as a discrete, not ongoing, event.

It’s really nice that they want us back and want to accommodate us.

Carol

On Mon, Aug 19, 2019 at 5:46 PM Shelley Reid via Groups.Io <shelweb=mac.com@groups.io> wrote:
The Grange Fair is not far from downtown Yorktown Heights, and the dates are the weekend following Labor Day. 

My remaining concern is that last time we did spin there, Grange folk were disappointed we did not cover a larger span of time (one afternoon instead of two, a couple of hours instead of a longer part of the day). Essentially we had 5 or 6 people total spinning, and we all wanted to be together for a couple of hours the one afternoon. Breaking it up into shifts to cover both days for more than a couple of hours would leave spinners either alone or in groups of maybe 2. That can get a little lonely, and I wouldn’t want to leave my wheel unguarded (small children, tiny fingers)  if I wanted to get food, use the restroom etc.  


Shelley



On Aug 19, 2019, at 5:32 PM, Charlene Feliciano <charlene.r.feliciano@...> wrote:

Hi Teresa, I might be interested but I have a couple of questions, where and will this take place?

On Mon, Aug 19, 2019 at 8:45 AM Teresa Ambrose via Groups.Io <hayslope=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hello Dollies,

I sent this email out a week ago and not a peep. I think I must have sent it to the wrong email address because surely someone would have answered! So I am resending it making sure it is going out to the proper email address. 

Let me know what you think. 

Hi Spinners!

I have been contacted by Rudy Spadaro, (a neighbor who has been involved in the Grange fair since he was young). Rudy coordinates the tractor parade and displays his tractors and now he is on the board. When Rudy was a boy he lived with Silvia Thorne a longtime Croton Heights resident and avid spinner and weaver. He helped Silvia transport her wheel and etc. to the fair every year where she would spin in the Grange building. Rudy was the one who asked me to bring our spinners to the Grange and was very upset that we weren’t returning although he understood. 

At the last Grange meeting Rudy asked that we be asked to return and given better accommodations. The Grange committee agreed and want us to spin in the main Grange building near where the knitting is displayed which is where Silvia Thorne and her group spun. There is better parking there and easy access for bringing in wheels. Also if it rains there will be no wash outs and since it’s a building with a floor instead of a tent with grass it will be much more comfortable. 

As tempted as I am to come back for this I am in Maine and won’t be home until November. 

Is there any interest in this? I know we reached new members this way and I for one had fun teaching people to use drop spindles though teaching is not mandatory. They want us there to demonstrate spinning. 

Maybe someone can create a poll? 

Let me know if anyone is interested in Spinning at the Grange this year.

With you in spirit,
Teresa


--
Charlene Vargas
914-282-7492


Re: Spinning at the Grange this year.

Joan Conca
 

Hi Gals!

The fair is in September 7th, right?
If that's the date, I'm free and would love to join the group spinning at the fair.
Should be great fun!
Joan 😊❤



Sent from my Sprint Samsung Galaxy S10.

-------- Original message --------
From: "Teresa Ambrose via Groups.Io" <hayslope@...>
Date: 8/19/19 8:45 AM (GMT-05:00)
To: HanoverSpinKnit@groups.io
Subject: [HanoverSpinKnit] Spinning at the Grange this year.

Hello Dollies,

I sent this email out a week ago and not a peep. I think I must have sent it to the wrong email address because surely someone would have answered! So I am resending it making sure it is going out to the proper email address. 

Let me know what you think. 

Hi Spinners!

I have been contacted by Rudy Spadaro, (a neighbor who has been involved in the Grange fair since he was young). Rudy coordinates the tractor parade and displays his tractors and now he is on the board. When Rudy was a boy he lived with Silvia Thorne a longtime Croton Heights resident and avid spinner and weaver. He helped Silvia transport her wheel and etc. to the fair every year where she would spin in the Grange building. Rudy was the one who asked me to bring our spinners to the Grange and was very upset that we weren’t returning although he understood. 

At the last Grange meeting Rudy asked that we be asked to return and given better accommodations. The Grange committee agreed and want us to spin in the main Grange building near where the knitting is displayed which is where Silvia Thorne and her group spun. There is better parking there and easy access for bringing in wheels. Also if it rains there will be no wash outs and since it’s a building with a floor instead of a tent with grass it will be much more comfortable. 

As tempted as I am to come back for this I am in Maine and won’t be home until November. 

Is there any interest in this? I know we reached new members this way and I for one had fun teaching people to use drop spindles though teaching is not mandatory. They want us there to demonstrate spinning. 

Maybe someone can create a poll? 

Let me know if anyone is interested in Spinning at the Grange this year.

With you in spirit,
Teresa

Re: Spinning at the Grange this year.

Teresa Ambrose
 

I am so happy that you are going to represent our group at the Grange and so jealous that I can’t be there! 

If someone can give me a head count and the time slot I will let the Grange know.

It seems to me like 3 or 4 hours on Saturday morning was the preferred time? Beginning at 10 or 11? 

Peace and love from Maine!
Xoxoxo
T



On Aug 21, 2019, at 7:52 AM, Joan Conca <joanconca@...> wrote:

Hi Gals!

The fair is in September 7th, right?
If that's the date, I'm free and would love to join the group spinning at the fair.
Should be great fun!
Joan 😊❤



Sent from my Sprint Samsung Galaxy S10.

-------- Original message --------
From: "Teresa Ambrose via Groups.Io" <hayslope@...>
Date: 8/19/19 8:45 AM (GMT-05:00)
Subject: [HanoverSpinKnit] Spinning at the Grange this year.

Hello Dollies,

I sent this email out a week ago and not a peep. I think I must have sent it to the wrong email address because surely someone would have answered! So I am resending it making sure it is going out to the proper email address. 

Let me know what you think. 

Hi Spinners!

I have been contacted by Rudy Spadaro, (a neighbor who has been involved in the Grange fair since he was young). Rudy coordinates the tractor parade and displays his tractors and now he is on the board. When Rudy was a boy he lived with Silvia Thorne a longtime Croton Heights resident and avid spinner and weaver. He helped Silvia transport her wheel and etc. to the fair every year where she would spin in the Grange building. Rudy was the one who asked me to bring our spinners to the Grange and was very upset that we weren’t returning although he understood. 

At the last Grange meeting Rudy asked that we be asked to return and given better accommodations. The Grange committee agreed and want us to spin in the main Grange building near where the knitting is displayed which is where Silvia Thorne and her group spun. There is better parking there and easy access for bringing in wheels. Also if it rains there will be no wash outs and since it’s a building with a floor instead of a tent with grass it will be much more comfortable. 

As tempted as I am to come back for this I am in Maine and won’t be home until November. 

Is there any interest in this? I know we reached new members this way and I for one had fun teaching people to use drop spindles though teaching is not mandatory. They want us there to demonstrate spinning. 

Maybe someone can create a poll? 

Let me know if anyone is interested in Spinning at the Grange this year.

With you in spirit,
Teresa

Japanese Painted Fern plants, anyone?

Lucinda Shastid
 

Does anyone want some Japanese Painted Ferns?  I have some that have self-seeded (self-spored, I guess I should say, since they're ferns).  I was about to pull them out when I realized someone else might want them.

Any takers?  I live right near the CT border, Rte 35 where it enters Ridgefield.

Lucine

Grange!

Teresa Ambrose
 

I’m so glad we will be spinning at the Grange!

Shall we say 10:00-1:00 on Saturday? If that doesn’t work we can adjust, let me know if these hours don’t work for you.

If you are planning on attending add your name to the list and copy and paste this email into a new email and send it back to the group.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

❤️❤️❤️

🦋
“History, despite its wrenching pain cannot be unlived, but if faced with courage need not be lived again.” -Maya Angelou

Re: Grange!

Lucinda Shastid
 

I added the date, September 7, to Teresa's message.

On 8/21/2019 7:00 PM, Teresa Ambrose via Groups.Io wrote:
I'm so glad we will be spinning at the Grange!

Shall we say 10:00-1:00 on Saturday, September 7? If that doesn't work we can adjust, let me know if these hours don't work for you.

If you are planning on attending add your name to the list and copy and paste this email into a new email and send it back to the group.

1.Lucinda
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Re: Spinning at the Grange this year.

Catherine C.
 

I would like to add my name, please, to the list of spinners.

Grange sign up

Teresa Ambrose
 

I’m so glad we will be spinning at the Grange! 

Shall we say 10:00-1:00 on Saturday? If that doesn’t work we can adjust, let me know if these hours don’t work for you.

If you are planning on attending add your name to the list and copy and paste this email into a new email and send it back to the group. 

1. Catherine C.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

❤️❤️❤️

🦋
“History, despite its wrenching pain cannot be unlived, but if faced with courage need not be lived again.” -Maya Angelou



🦋
“History, despite its wrenching pain cannot be unlived, but if faced with courage need not be lived again.” -Maya Angelou

Re: Spinning at the Grange this year.

Mary Jo Garrity
 

Hi ladies 
I’ve been away the past couple of months so I’m just playing catch up.  I’d love to go.  I can demo drop spindle if needed. 
See you all soon
MJ 


On Aug 21, 2019, at 7:52 AM, Joan Conca <joanconca@...> wrote:

Hi Gals!

The fair is in September 7th, right?
If that's the date, I'm free and would love to join the group spinning at the fair.
Should be great fun!
Joan 😊❤



Sent from my Sprint Samsung Galaxy S10.

-------- Original message --------
From: "Teresa Ambrose via Groups.Io" <hayslope@...>
Date: 8/19/19 8:45 AM (GMT-05:00)
Subject: [HanoverSpinKnit] Spinning at the Grange this year.

Hello Dollies,

I sent this email out a week ago and not a peep. I think I must have sent it to the wrong email address because surely someone would have answered! So I am resending it making sure it is going out to the proper email address. 

Let me know what you think. 

Hi Spinners!

I have been contacted by Rudy Spadaro, (a neighbor who has been involved in the Grange fair since he was young). Rudy coordinates the tractor parade and displays his tractors and now he is on the board. When Rudy was a boy he lived with Silvia Thorne a longtime Croton Heights resident and avid spinner and weaver. He helped Silvia transport her wheel and etc. to the fair every year where she would spin in the Grange building. Rudy was the one who asked me to bring our spinners to the Grange and was very upset that we weren’t returning although he understood. 

At the last Grange meeting Rudy asked that we be asked to return and given better accommodations. The Grange committee agreed and want us to spin in the main Grange building near where the knitting is displayed which is where Silvia Thorne and her group spun. There is better parking there and easy access for bringing in wheels. Also if it rains there will be no wash outs and since it’s a building with a floor instead of a tent with grass it will be much more comfortable. 

As tempted as I am to come back for this I am in Maine and won’t be home until November. 

Is there any interest in this? I know we reached new members this way and I for one had fun teaching people to use drop spindles though teaching is not mandatory. They want us there to demonstrate spinning. 

Maybe someone can create a poll? 

Let me know if anyone is interested in Spinning at the Grange this year.

With you in spirit,
Teresa

Grange

Teresa Ambrose
 

I’m so glad we will be spinning at the Grange! 

Shall we say 10:00-1:00 on Saturday? If that doesn’t work we can adjust, let me know if these hours don’t work for you.

If you are planning on attending add your name to the list and copy and paste this email into a new email and send it back to the group. 

1. Catherine C.
2. Mary Jo
3.
4.
5.
6.

❤️❤️❤️

Grange

Teresa Ambrose
 

I’m so glad we will be spinning at the Grange! 

Shall we say Saturday, September 7 from  10:00-1:00? If that doesn’t work we can adjust, let me know if these hours don’t work for you.

If you are planning on attending add your name to the list and copy and paste this email into a new email and send it back to the group. 

1. Catherine C.
2. Mary Jo
3.
4.
5.
6.

Grange

Teresa Ambrose
 

I’m so glad we will be spinning at the Grange! 

Shall we say Saturday, September 7 from  10:00-1:00? If that doesn’t work we can adjust, let me know if these hours don’t work for you.

If you are planning on attending add your name to the list and copy and paste this email into a new email and send it back to the group. 

1. Catherine C.
2. Mary Jo
3. Lucinda
4.
5.
6.

Re: Grange

Shelley Reid
 



On Aug 22, 2019, at 7:47 AM, Teresa Ambrose via Groups.Io <hayslope@...> wrote:

I’m so glad we will be spinning at the Grange! 

Shall we say Saturday, September 7 from  10:00-1:00? If that doesn’t work we can adjust, let me know if these hours don’t work for you.

If you are planning on attending add your name to the list and copy and paste this email into a new email and send it back to the group. 

1. Catherine C.
2. Mary Jo
3. Lucinda
4. Shelley
5.
6.

Grange

Lucinda Shastid
 

I just looked at the calendar and realized this is a conflict with our monthly meeting.  That's OK - we'll meet at the Grange, instead!

Lucinda

I’m so glad we will be spinning at the Grange! 


Shall we say Saturday, September 7 from  10:00-1:00? If that doesn’t work we can adjust, let me know if these hours don’t work for you.

If you are planning on attending add your name to the list and copy and paste this email into a new email and send it back to the group. 

1. Catherine C.
2. Mary Jo
3. Lucinda
4. Annie
5.
6.

Re: Grange

 

where is grange? does anyone know of the address?

On Thu, Aug 22, 2019 at 9:27 AM Lucinda Shastid <jzygala@...> wrote:

I just looked at the calendar and realized this is a conflict with our monthly meeting.  That's OK - we'll meet at the Grange, instead!

Lucinda

I’m so glad we will be spinning at the Grange! 


Shall we say Saturday, September 7 from  10:00-1:00? If that doesn’t work we can adjust, let me know if these hours don’t work for you.

If you are planning on attending add your name to the list and copy and paste this email into a new email and send it back to the group. 

1. Catherine C.
2. Mary Jo
3. Lucinda
4. Annie
5.
6.



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