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[BKARTS] Guild of Book Workers Swap Meet near Boston



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The New England Chapter of the Guild of Book workers will be sponsoring
our annual swap meet on Sunday, May 5, from noon until 3pm at the
Arlington Center for the Arts,
41 Foster St.,Arlington MA.

The New England chapter's swap meet is now in it's third year, and it is
a tradition that is growing in popularity. The swap meet is a great
chance to clear out the closet or basement, and sell or exchange some
unneeded treasures. We will have tables available for anyone who wishes
to bring paper, cloth, leather, books, tools, just about anything
connected to the book arts and crafts.

Come and buy, sell, trade, or just stand around yakking. All are
welcome. This event is free and open to the public.



Directions:

The Arlington Center for the Arts is located at 41 Foster St.,
Arlington, MA.

From Cambridge/Somerville:  From Cambridge take Mass. Ave. toward
Arlington past
the Capitol Theatre (on your left).  Go about 6 blocks past the theatre
and take a
right at the Getty Gas station onto Tufts St.

From Lexington: take Mass. Ave. through Arlington Center.  Right after
the Walgreen's
(on your right), take a left at the Getty Gas Station onto Tufts St.

From Rt. 2: Take Rt. 60 exit toward Arlington/Medford (away from
Belmont).  Follow Rt. 60
until it intersects with Mass. Ave.  Take a right on Mass. Ave.  Go
about 5 blocks, and
right past the Walgreen's (on your right), take a left at the Getty Gas
Station onto
Tufts St.

Once on Tufts Street: Almost immediately after turning onto Tufts, you
will take a left into
the parking lot - we are in the big old brick schoolhouse building.

The swap meet will be held in the Center's auditorium, which has a main
door opening onto the drive way which runs between Foster St. and Tufts
St.

Directions can be found at the Center's webpage:
http://www.acarts.org/who.html#where



--
James Reid-Cunningham
Conservator
Frances Loeb Library
Graduate School of Design
Harvard University
48 Quincy Street
Cambridge MA 02138
USA

617-496-8542
fax 617-496-5929


We refer you to the conservation department
to consummate your swell purpose.
-William S. Burroughs, Naked Lunch, 1959.

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