Tribe for Women – Wine, Yarn, and Sweet Treats
Cindy Weil, a fellow Tribe member and Founder of the Immigrant Yarn Project will be co-hosting a knit night and wine tasting, along with Laurie Beijen.
The Immigrant Yarn Project is a massive work of crowd-sourced yarn art in celebration and support of tolerance, difference, and our immigrant history. It will be exhibited at Fort Point in March 2019 before going on the road. Please join in and represent your family story by knitting or crocheting a little piece – or if that is outside your skill set, we'll teach how to make a pompom. You can learn more about the project at https://enactivist.org/ or see images on Instagram @immigrantyarnproject.
And because this is a Tribe event, there will, of course, be wine. Laurie Beijen has organized an exclusive private wine tasting with Locals Tasting Room based in Geyserville in Sonoma County. Locals is a coop of sorts, pouring wine from 10 local small production wineries. We will taste and learn about the different wines while we make contributions to the Immigrant Yarn Project.
There will also be an opportunity to buy wine, which can be shipped or delivered at another time.
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