[Cynnabar] Donations at Fiber Faire

Heidi Lemon heidi.ma2 at gmail.com
Sun Sep 18 15:24:49 UTC 2011

Thank you for having the vision to put on this new event that is open to
everyone and gives us an opening to try new things.

 On Sep 17, 2011 11:58 AM, "L R" <zinia_flower at yahoo.com> wrote:
> In light of the current debate I was asked to post the following
> The host church for Cynnabar's Fiber Faire is not charging us a rental
fee, so the cost to us is $0 for the whole event.  Thank you to Brigitta the
Weaver, as this is her church and place of employment, and why we are
getting this site for free.
> Since there is no cost to Cynnabar I decided not to charge a gate fee
but to collect donations at the door and at the stash exchange table, all to
be donated to the church.  I have no idea how many people to expect but I
hope everyone can give between $3 and $5.  I do not expect to raise the full
value of what this site is worth ($500+?), but to present some amount of
money as a symbol of our appreciation.  This may work out to be a good site
for other small events!
> These decisions were made because of how this event came about.  I first
envisioned a small day of wool workshops that I could hold at my small
school for 10-20 people, but after speaking with others and finding this
fabulous site the concept grew.  Not knowing how many people to expect I
wanted to make the event successful with any rate of attendance, and to be
an easy, no fuss event for my first try at being an event steward. (So far
so good!)  Also, considering the realities of the rising costs of other
events its is nice to treat ourselves to a free event now and then.  Why
worry about making money if we don't have to?
> Already I have had much more interest, response and help than I was
expecting.  Thank you!
> I am really looking forward to having a fun crafty day with everyone!
> Halima
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