From the March, 2017 issue of The Page:
Join us for a day of Arts, Sciences, Projects, and Service as The College of St. Boniface sponsors OLIO, the day when anything is possible and the use of hands, hearts, and brains is highly encouraged.
There will be tables and electric outlets available as we labor, teach, and learn in the Walden Estates Cloister (aka Community Center). Please bring your own extension cords.
Feast will be a traditional Winter’s Gate potluck. Kitchen space is somewhat limited, so if your Arts and Science project is food-based please coordinate with the autocrat in advance. Anyone interested in teaching a large group or whose project may be a bit messy is also encouraged to coordinate with the autocrat. Further event details will be posted to Winter’s Gate and Oertha Facebook pages, and to the Winter’s Gate Yahoo! Lists as they become available.
Autocrat: Liam the Archer (contact info removed)
Registration: Adult Event Registration: $10, Adult Member Discount Event Registration: $5, Youth (Ages 10-17) Event Registration: $3, Children under the age of 10 are free. We will be collecting donations for the Fairbanks Food Pantry at Gate; thank you in advance for your generosity.
Site Opens: Noon and Closes: 9pm
Location: Walden Estates Community Center, (address omitted), Fairbanks.
Description of this event (if any), taken from The Page, or from memory of at least one person who attended the event.
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