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Crops Plus More Looking forward to 2021
Let’s hope the 2021 is better than 2020 has been. I hope this newsletter finds you and your family weathering the pandemic safe, happy and crafty. Trying to maneuver an event planning business during a pandemic has been very difficult, as I know many of you want to get together to crop and chat. February 2021’s crop has been moved to March 26 thru 28th, 2021. If you have registered for the February crop and still want to come to March’s no problem you are in. If you registered for February’s crop and cannot make March’s let me know. Let’s hope that the Governor will lift the gathering limit at the end of January back to 25 or 50 people. In Honor of our maiden crop for Crops Plus More, everyone that registers and pays for the crop prior to February 15th, will be entered into a drawing for a $25.00 gift card to Michaels.
I will be adding the hotel reservation link to the web page also so you can make a reservation. The gathering limits will set the bar for whether we have space for vendors and that with our vendors we all can remain safe and healthy. Social distancing will be enforced, mask wearing and hand sanitation will be monitored along with temperature checks.
I am excited about the opportunity to get to know each and every one of you better through our weekends together. I am one to want to know what my customers want so that I can accommodate them. So I will pose the question to each of you. What are you looking for in your weekend crops?
Please send me an email with your suggestions.
Future dates for crops are being finalized will be updated shortly. I can definitely let you know that our second crop of 2021 will be June 4-6th. 2021. Registration and hotel links will be opening up shortly.
Each of you please be safe, find some time for yourself in this crazy world we all live in now and pray we pray we find some normalcy down the long and winding path.
Wear you masks and wash your hands.