Presentation – Revival Update #6

Dear Friends and Participants of the Revival,

I wanted to make a quick update before too much time has surpassed since the Library presentation last Wednesday night.

First and foremost, I would like acknowledge and thank everyone that showed up and contributed to this first public event of the Revival. Your participation, whether you realize it or not, and as stated in my opening introduction, has, and will continue, to change the course of the Revival on Inn Street, and thus, the history of the city itself. Trust me when I tell you, this is NOT an overstatement. In time, you will come to fully realize the implications of this, and just exactly what I am talking about here, if not now.

The Revival has begun.

Due to some interactions on account of the presentation, there are some ongoing conversation that may, or may not, have an effect on the current direction of the Revival for the better. One thing that I can say for sure is, that it never matters on the ‘quantity’ of an audience, but more about the quality, and those that do choose to attend and participate. As stated also in update #5, what mattered most was the substance of the information and presentation itself. This could not have been more evident and proven within the presence of those that made it a priority, and chose to come forth and directly impact the direction in which the Revival is moving.

Again, thank you for all those that were present, and especially to all those that chose to step forward and claim their seats, and even further, to speak, at the first public presentation of the Yankee Homecoming Inn Street Artisans Revival.

As soon as I have more information to share I will post another update, and fill you in on all the specifics.

In the meantime, I am working on pictures and videos of the presentation to present to all in a comprehensive update to be posted as soon. Again, thank you to all that has made this possible.

To all those that could not make it and have contacted me, I thank you for your consideration and will be following up personally shortly.

Best Regards,

John William Brown
Artist/Owner
Spirit of Newburyport
32 Water Street
Newburyport, MA 01950
978-417-1987
http://www.spiritofnewburyport.com

Yankee Homecoming Inn Street
Artisans Revival Coordinator

Yankee Homecoming Inn Street Artisans Revival

INN STREET ARTISANS REVIVAL

Yankee Homecoming Chairman Plans New Events
http://www.newburyportnews.com/news/local_news/yankee-homecoming-chairman-plans-new-events/image_bbb69aed-9618-5e3f-b71b-58ebc768d639.html

Spirit of Newburyport Blog
https://spiritofnewburyport.wordpress.com/

Artisans Revival Update
https://spiritofnewburyport.wordpress.com/2016/04/22/inn-street-artisans-revival-update/

Tribute to Jack Frost
https://spiritofnewburyport.wordpress.com/2016/01/

Inn Street Blues
http://www.newburyportnews.com/homecoming/inn-street-blues/article_e1cde82d-7d50-512a-9ea3-10e1f983097e.html

Inn Street Artisans Market
http://spiritofnewburyport.com/Artisan_Market.html

Newburyport; A Contemporary Perspective
http://sunspiritgallery.com/NAP_PressRelease1.htm

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