Cliff Stevens, who’s been quite active with Val Beggs’ sewing classes, took the pattern of a hand-woven Bolivian textile and had it printed online. When the fabric arrived, he reverse-engineered his wife’s favorite top and duplicated it with the new fabric, giving her a truly wonderful gift.
Not only is this very cool, it’s the kind of thing *you* can do, when you Make What You Wear! Thanks for sharing, Cliff!
What do you think? Is Williamsport ready for Uber?
This Tuesday at 6:30PM at Way Cool Beans, there will be a meeting to discuss the pros and cons of the ride-sharing service, lead by Bill Hall, who currently drives for Uber, (though he has to commute to State College to do so!)
Here’s some of the discussion points that will be covered:
UBER now operates in all PA counties except Clinton (Lock Haven), Lycoming (Williamsport), Union (Lewisburg), Northumberland (Sunbury)
UBER has been in State College, PA since February 2015
DUIs in State College have been reduced by 78%
Average time to pick up: 4 minutes
Average fare: $6.00
NO cash changes hands, all money runs through app
No downtown/airport parking hassles
Use UBER and lower the maintenance/expenses of your own vehicle
App allows you to split fares with other people sharing your ride
Download rider app from uber.com, sign petition
Drive when you feel like it, anywhere in PA, NJ, MD, NY
Must be 21, no history of DUI
Must pass criminal history check
Car must be 10 years old or newer
Download driver’s app to apply
Use INVITE CODE: U1ZDSHCZUE
After first 10 drives get $100.00 bonus if you use above code
What to expect? Participants from our previous workshop say:
“Connecting with others at more than a superficial level” “Come expecting not instructions about how to do it, but an experience.” “We learned to affirm each other” … “techniques for better communication” … “practical conflict resolution techniques” … “how to live in a nonviolent way.” “Taking risks – plowing through fears – staying open – being a part of a process with strangers can change your life, perhaps forever.”
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The Factory Works Gallery will be hosting a portfolio review on Saturday, September 24 from 11:00 to 4:00 PM.
Sophomore, Junior & Senior high school students are all invited to bring a portfolio of their artwork to be reviewed by representatives from four regional schools’ fine art departments: Bloomsburg and Mansfield Universities, as well as Lycoming & Keystone Colleges.
This is a great opportunity for students to share their portfolios and receive feedback about their artwork, and for students and their families to learn about the collegiate art programs available in the region.
The event will take place in, in studio 10 north of the Pajama Factory, where an exhibition of participating college student work will also be on display.
2D & 3D work: 8 – 12 pieces
Digital Work: please provide website or hard copies (print outs)
You may bring a jump drive, but we cannot guarantee that schools will provide computer access. You may bring your own display system).
This event is sponsored by Factory Works, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization housed within the revitalized historic Pajama Factory complex in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The goals are to support and maintain communal studios and workshops, sponsor educational seminars and lectures, support and promote art-centric events, maintain an artist and artisan exhibition space, and to partner with local organizations and neighbors in an effort to engage the local community in the arts.
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