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|Nov. 7||Announcing the Fall Hive Workshops! Bedgown, Nov. 16, 2013; Apron & Pocket, Nov. 16, 2013; Staymaking Workshop, Dec. 7 & 8, 2013|
The Hive was created for the living history community as a place to develop, improve and grow 18th century impressions—where current research about material culture in 1770’s New England could be shared. In addition, The Hive is available as a resource to help volunteers and participants attain Battle Road and Minute Man National Historical Park clothing standards.
The Sunday Hive sessions are free of charge and open to Park Volunteers and members of the living history community. Please note that some clinics have materials costs, which are payable to the instructor on the day of the clinic.
Pre-registration is recommended—and greatly appreciated!—for both Hive lectures and clinics so we can plan for adequate space and materials. We are using Eventzilla for registration. Please register on the Schedule page.
If you have questions, you can email Hiveworkshops@gmail.com
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