We will have another meeting to acquaint Friends with Experiment With Light (EWL) on
Sunday April 18, 1:15 – 3:00 PM
There will likely be a second meeting in this series
Sunday May 2, same time
I (Richard Fuller) am announcing these times now so that people can plan for them, even though the details have yet to be worked out.
Earlier EWL events have been warmly received. I have learned from them, and am changing things to reflect those lessons.
Basically, we will cover the same ground as in the earlier meetings. Almost everything I have to offer on the topic can be found in the earlier posts: EWL-1, EWL-2 and EWL-3. As we get closer to the meeting date I will re-cast this material as I see it applying to this pair of meetings.
More on the April 18 meeting
That’s potluck Sunday. If you come to 11:00 worship, you are encouraged either to eat at potluck or to bring a brown bag lunch and eat in the conference room. We will get the meeting underway when people are done eating, not before 1:15, but perhaps a little later, depending on how slow the potluck line is.
This meeting is open to all friends in all Quaker meetings in the area.
If you think you might come to the April 18 meeting, it would help me to know what background you have with EWL, and what most interests you, for 4/18 and 5/2. I have created a little poll at Doodle.com that I would like you to take, so I have a better sense of the needs and interests you-all will be bringing.
If you also think you might like to be part of an ongoing EWL group, I would like to know in advance, as I am trying to develop a scheduling process that will work better than the one we used in the last round. I’m trying a poll at Doodle.com. Click here to go to the poll and fill in your availability. No commitment, just availability.
Or, please send times during the week when you would be available for a regular monthly meeting to Richard.Osbo.Fuller[at]gmail[dot]com. If you don’t have access to the internet, please write days and times you are regularly available on a piece of paper and give it to me or mail it to me.