new year new meetup: BOSTON

Posting a touch early, but hopefully this gives peeps time to plan!

When: Sunday, January 26th, 2020, 10 am

Where: Harvard Art Museum Cafe

32 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA 02138

The closest T stop is Harvard, on the red line. The museum is about a ten-minute walk across the Harvard yard from the station.

Venue: The cafe is located in the atrium of the art museum. You do not have to pay the entrance fee to sit in the cafe area. The cafe has a small selection of pastries and other snacks, but if you have specific dietary requirements you may need to bring your own food. The building is accessible via a ramp on Prescott Street.

How to find us: I will claim a table and set up a paper sign. I will have my mending and/or a painting project. I have coloring sheets, but you can also bring puzzles, fiber projects, or sketchbooks!

What to bring: Crayons, colored pencils, paints, coloring books, a puzzle, carbonized remains of emmer wheat.

If you need more information, you can inquire on the “Boston” thread at FOCA. I am hoping to organize a few meetups that happen on Sunday afternoons this year, so hopefully a few different people might be able to come.

Looking forward to seeing you all there!

5 comments
  1. Sarah Longstaff said:

    What goes on at these meetups? You discuss the latest advice? Just curious. I live near Tampa.

  2. Vicki said:

    We hang out and chat about whatever is on our minds, which might (or might not) include recent posts here. (At least, that’s what happens at the Boston ones.)

  3. deep6 said:

    I will be there! Please look out for a brunette with cross stitch gear and a brick house attitude.

  4. Laura Archaeobotany said:

    Hi! I live an ocean away, so won’t be able to come, but as an archaeobotanist specifically studying carbonised remains of emmer wheat, I am very intrigued by your comment… 🙂 We may actually know each other!

    • sgoch said:

      I would be thrilled to read your work! Alas, I am but a general enthusiast for various sorts of agricultural history.

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