|photo courtesy The Wellington Times|
But as long-time volunteer Michele pointed out, this network of people who care for poetry, for the work of Al Purdy, the preservation of the A-frame, who know his wife Eurithe, or who want to be involved in activities to make this historic village grow and prosper need to meet face to face, and socialize, to work together.
|after the town hall picnic lunch crowd left - D.Scott photo|
The Ameliasburgh Town Hall, 13 Coleman Street, is a fine place to meet. It represents community spirit, from the early days, built by Elijah Sprague c. 1874 on David Coleman property, to its recent make-over (wait 'til you see the kitchen) through the ongoing hard work of the Ameliasburgh Hall Working Group. Anyone who came to last year's Purdy Picnic will remember the place where they got their hand-made sandwiches.
And a meeting needs an agenda.
Friends of the A-frame Inaugural Meeting
1:00 - 3:00 PM, Sunday May 4,2014
Ameliasburgh Town Hall
1. Introductions - "what brings you here?" - Michele
2. A-frame History - Michele
3. A-frame Update - Matti
4. A-frame Events 2014 - Lindi
5. Volunteer Opportunities - Michele