Dear Friends and Participants of the Inn Street Artisans Revival,
I am going to try, as hard as it may be, to keep this as brief as I can ; )
Right now, we stand at a precipice of critical mass in creating history.
There are two things that I need to please ask each and everyone of you to do right now, or as soon as you can.
One of the early stories that led to the catalyst of the Revival was a conversation that took place on Newburyport Commons last year at, or around this time. This conversation ultimately created the Inn Street Blues article. You all should be very familiar with that article by now, so I’m not even going to bother posting that link….or telling the story,…nor get into any of the specifics that is leading up to this post ; )
So Im going to get right to the point.
There is now an Inn Street Artisans Revival Facebook page.
I need everyone to please go there and like it. then share it.
Then please thank Liz U for do a fantastic job for stepping up and creating it and please support her in her ongoing efforts to promote this event all week long.
Then I need you to please go to Newburyport Commons Facebook
If you are not register, please do now.
A poll and conversation asking if you are excited about the Inn Street Artisans Revival has now been created by Joe Moakley Jr.
John Joseph “Joe” Moakley was an American politician who served as the United States Representative for Massachusetts’s 9th congressional district from 1973 until his death in 2001)
I need to please ask each and everyone of you to go to this poll and tell Joe, and the city, how excited, and proud, you are to be part of the first ever Yankee Homecoming Inn Street Artisans Revival 2016, NO MATTER THE OUTCOME.
I said it before, and Ill say it again. History is in the making.
And you are a part of it. Its something to be proud of, and don’t ever forget it!
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Artisan Revival Library Presentation