We are in the late planning stages of the SkillShare Faire- we have a great website already up (www.whatcomskillsharefaire.org ) and an email (email@example.com ). We have been meeting throughout the spring and summer and have some fantastic people lined up to share their resilience-building skills! We have music being scheduled, and all is going well.
As we get closer to our September 22 event, we are now in the process of gathering names and contact info of volunteers, so if you want to help finish the planning or you just want to volunteer a couple hours at the Faire (collectible t-shirt for ALL volunteers!) If you want to volunteer send an email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are also continuing to add to our lineup of skillsharers, so if you have a self-reliance skill you would like to demonstrate, either at one of the demo stages or just at your booth throughout the day, go to the website and fill out the SkillShare info and we'll be in touch! Please pass the word if you know someone else who should be there!
Sponsors! If you or your business can sponsor the SkillShare Faire, we do have costs to cover- please let us know at our email address above. You will recieve accolades and much gratitude.
Here is an incomplete list of some of our skillshares:
You can also sign up directly by going to this website...
Can we ask Cipriano post our volunteer sign up link- http://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090849A8AB2FA20-volunteers to our skillshare website?
We are still seeking volunteers who will arrive fri pm for set up and camping, and for camping Sat pm and helping with take-down clean up on sunday.
Lead coordinator positions we are :
* a SkillSharer Coordinator.
* a Barter Coordinator.
What an amazing event! A special thanx to all the organizers and volunteers who made this such a great success.
It was impossible to see everything and difficult to select from so many great topics. What a day...
Look for the batch of photos (on the ning home page) I took of as many of the demos and booths as I could. I wish I could have captured all of them!