Date: June 13, 2020. Time: 10:00 – 12:00 ish
We will meet here
John J. Collins Park Pavillion
Pavillion and surrounding area
Description of the KIP
Celebrate the centennial of the Nineteenth Amendment, marking Suffrage for (white) women and the pioneers who made it possible: brave women, men who championed the cause, and the Haudenosaunee women who served as mentors.
Sharing of Fiber Arts, Community, and Friendships (old and new).
Spinning, knitting, crocheting, weaving. fiber animals – spotlighting some angora rabbits and local fiber and sources. Youth groups participate with special projects.
Nancy Lubera has promised us another fabulous knitting-themed cake and local businesses provide refreshments.
What to bring
Your projects, questions, enthusiasm and good humor
Rain: inside Galeton Public Library
In the event of quarantine, August 22 (the centennial anniversary of ratification of the 19th Amendment)
In the meantime, information and projects will be posted
Is this KIP going to be exclusive to knitting?
Are there any bathrooms nearby?
This KIP is hosted by: Linda Voss-Plummer
Number of KIP’s hosted before :-): This will be the 8th!