Further into the bucket of crazy I take with me everywhere I go: I specifically don't want this to be a potluck. I don't want people to have an obligation to bring something. Mostly because I am concerned that several people might bring something and several won't. And if I learn about the people that don't, then I would get angry. So I prefer something where it would just be a collection of gifts. Some people might choose to help with cooking stuff and some people might choose to help with cleaning stuff. Some people might want to bring something and some might like to just come and not worry about any of this.
Jocelyn Campbell wrote:The current open invitation for feast nights is varying days/dates (see this post or below for days/dates) dinner is served at 6 p.m. though folks are welcome to come by any time before to help and shower (we prefer showers to happen before dinner). Cooking might go on all day, though really starts in earnest at about 4 p.m. Most of the time, we try to wrap up around 9:00 p.m. because Paul is (was) used to going to bed at 9:30 p.m. We've also said folks are welcome to bring in their recycling to wash at the house.
paul wheaton wrote:
roundwood work - like railings:
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