* * * THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED * * *
Hello St. Hermanites.
As some of you may have heard in church last Sunday, we had hoped to hold a Prosphora making workshop at the church this Saturday, October 19 from 12:00 - 3:30ish.
Unfortunately, there has not been a lot of feedback which makes it incredibly difficult to prepare, aside from a number of members who are interested identifying they are otherwise engaged that day.
That said, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE let me know before Saturday if you will be attending so the appropriate arrangements can be made.
Otherwise the event will have to be cancelled.
Thank you for your consideration
* contact details are in the directory *
Thursday, October 17, 2013
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
I'm very sorry for those of you whose emails we missed - I know there are a lot of you!
In case you haven't heard, my wonderful husband has at last completed his apprenticeship in joinery! To celebrate this feat of skill (and also the cosying-up of the seasons), we're hosting our second annual Pumpkin Party. So, consider this your invitation to the most splendid squash-themed fête of the year!
Where: 7650 232nd Street, in the apartment above the garage of the white house
When: Friday, November 1 from 6:00 or so until people leave
What: a pumpkin-themed potluck free-for-all and autumnal beverage spectacular
As for what to bring, we have only one rule: NO PUMPKIN PIE! (And don't you dare think you can get away with pumpkin tarts; we all know those are just miniature pies.) Try something new, and hey, bring something savoury if you can - or, if nothing else, there's always pumpkin beer around this time of year!
Tell your friends! And please do bring the kids (come while the sun is up and they can meet our duckies!); however, do be aware that no kids live in our apartment, so while we'll prepare to the best of our abilities, we don't really have a space where little ones can be left to their own devices. We will have a big pot of Andrew's famous pumpkin soup on the stove, and there will be some tasty drinks provided; beyond that, we're counting on you all to help fill out the table with the bounty of the season! So come on out to our little country home, raise a glass for my Journeyman Cabinetmaker husband, and get in some wine and cheese before the fasting season sets in.
Kindly do let us know if you can make it. We hope you can!
All the best,
Erin (and Andrew)
P.S. - for those intending to imbibe freely, we're happy to open up our floor and our little couch for the night. That said, it may be wise to toss a sleeping bag or a blanket and pillow in the back of the car if you think you may be staying.