[KwartzLab] Hacky Halloween, Saturday October 27
agnes.niewiadomski at gmail.com
Sat Oct 6 19:14:27 EDT 2012
I'm all for helping out anyway needed (pumpkin gutting/teaching carving/teaching soldering) for the day of.
I won't be able to help much in the prep days leading to. I have the bamboo spoons I'll send with James this weekend so they can get cut down. I would suggest leave a small handle on the spoon of approx 3-4".
I am excited for this! Is someone making the poster? Maybe just a revision of last years?
From: "Punkin3.14" <steph at 616.0522.ca>
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Date: Sat, 6 Oct 2012 17:06:01
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Subject: Re: [KwartzLab] Hacky Halloween, Saturday October 27
There is a 50% chance we'll be out of town that weekend. If we are in town, I can do the pumpkin carving table. Unfortunately, we may not know until the week before.
Ideally, we'd have 1 volunteer greeting new participants, and 3 volunteers for pumpkin carving. During slow period, one or two of these volunteers would be working on gutting pumpkins (though having 1 person dedicated to pumpkin gutting would be even better). I don't know how any volunteers we need for the soldering table.
I can do a workshop on how to carve pumpkins using paper templates, if volunteers need to be introduced to the technique.
On 2012-10-06, at 12:23 PM, doug moen <doug at moens.org> wrote:
> We are holding Hacky Halloween again this year, at THE MUSEUM on
> Saturday October 27.
> James Bastow will be pitching to KW Awesome on Wednesday at 7pm at
> Little Bean -- come out and show your support. The trial run for the
> pitch is on Tuesday during TON. Even if we don't get KW Awesome
> funding, we will still raise the money by alternative means, so the
> event will happen regardless.
> As with last year, we'll need volunteers for pumpkin pickup and
> delivery (at Nauman's farm), pumpkin carving teachers, soldering
> teachers. And I think we still need to make carving knives (the scoops
> are already acquired).
> Doug Moen.
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