I have such a glut of images of all the events and people who have been joining in with MMMM! The weekends seem to coming at me faster and faster as this phase of the project, the community art events, move into their last month. From June 15th till the performance, I will mostly be full time working at building the river in Camp Long, so this last month I will really be trying to get everyone involved with the project who would like to be. So…if you are one of those people who have been telling me how excited you are about this project but haven’t been able to attend an event yet, get out your calendar and pick a day! We all know how fast a month goes by…….and I hope you can make it!
So back to back weekends I will and have been crocheting in Ballard. Last weekend, it was at another of the CAN “Seattle Summer Streets” events, this time hosted by Cascade Bicycle Club as a way to celebrate “Bike to Work Day”. Bikes everywhere!!
Sadly, I did not bike to work that day because I had so many crocheting supplies, but if I had a Bakfiets Bicycle from Dutch Bike, Co. of Seattle, perhaps I could have!
Dutch Bike, Co. also had another CRAZY bike that kept going up and down the street past me, each time I tried to run after it taking a picture, because it reminded me so much of what I was trying to do at the time — gather people in a circle for a little unusual creative connection with people they don’t really know. I give you the Conference Bike!! I enjoyed my
early evening in Ballard and had quite a few lingering loungers, a few returning friends and new acquaintances!
Here’s Diem Chau (new Ballard business owner, artist!) taking my picture as I take her picture!
Now this coming weekend, on Saturday from 12 – 4:30pm, I will be back in Ballard, this time at the lovely green-roofed public library.
And then sunday, I’ll be at the Beacon Hill Library. Please come, even for just a bit as you get out of the sun!
- 23rd of May, Sat., 12 noon – 4:30pm, Ballard Library meeting room, 5614 22nd Ave. N.W. 206-684-4089 , directions
- 24th of May, Sun, 12:30 pm – 4:45 pm, Beacon Hill Library meeting room, 2821 Beacon Ave. S.