Handwork (knitting, crocheting, weaving, needlepoint, origami, etc) will meet early afternoons 1:30 to 3 on the North Quad. In case of rain we will meet inside the Science Building where registration was. All welcome. We have some starter knit projects if you want to learn.
Children’s choir meets at First Church after lunch at 12:45. Special theme for this year: “The Sound of Music” with a UU twist!
What you need to know about golf cart rides: Golf carts are available for anyone needing transportation assistance. Those needing assistance take priority over more able riders. You may flag down a passing cart anywhere – not just at designated stops. Carts run on a schedule to accommodate events and times in-between. Be patient, we’ll get there when we can. Contact Cal Frye to schedule a ride at 440-935-5180 Safety first! Unruly passengers will be asked to disembark.
Please note 3 morning seminars have moved: 1. Coming of Age 2.0 is now in King 127. 2. Cultivating Resilience is now in King 123. 3. Walking Toward Trouble is now in King 121. King is the next building south of Peters, the building from which these were moved.
Please consult the paper map and park only in the places marked P. All others will be towed.
There will be a meeting for all morning seminar and afternoon workshop leaders after Opening Ceremonies in the Fellowship Hall at First Church.
Tomorrow your key and meal card are going to come in an envelope like this. Keep it please, so that they can be returned in it at the end.
As many of you know, there was a time in our previous SI home that Kenyon College allowed people to bring personal golf carts that they had rented, then for our last couple of years there, they had changed policy. This year we got a request from an SI’er to bring a personal cart. Since we are in a new home, we asked. Oberlin will allow personal carts. The college requires anyone bringing a cart onto campus to have liability insurance. In addition, SIPC has […]