General membership meetings are held five times per year:
September, November, January, March, May
on the second Monday of the month (unless otherwise advised)
Meetings consist of a social hour followed by a short meeting and program.
Social time: 7:00-7:30 pm (Please feel free to bring a snack to share)
7:30 pm Short Business meeting and Program
LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THERE!
Meeting location and parking:
550 Pharr Rd., NE, Atlanta, GA 30305 (unless otherwise noted)
Meetings are in the 2nd floor conference room: signs will direct you there.
The entrance to the parking lot is on Pharr Road.
The entrance is the driveway between the Stay Bridge Suites Hotel and the 550 building.
Park in the lot underneath the building (subterranean lot).
Upon entering from the street, drive straight and down the ramp.
This lot has both direct access to the elevator into the building and a security camera.
Parking is free: no validation necessary.
Meeting details are sent to members via e-mail!
October 14, 2019
Join Margaret Amoss for an evening of “Folded Pen Fun!”
During the program, Margaret will teach us how to make a folded pen. Once assembled, the creativity will begin as we experiment with the unique marks and letters which can be made with this tool!
Please bring: paper and ink, scissors, black (or other dark color) Sharpie, pencil, ruler, and a single hole punch if you have one. All other supplies will be provided.
November 11, 2019
Program details to follow
Map: 550 Pharr Road, NE
Atlanta, GA 30305
Trinity United Methodist Church
265 Washington St SW
Atlanta, GA 30303
Parking at Trinity United Methodist Church:
Take a ticket when entering garage parking lot.
Validate your ticket at the meeting, so you don't have to pay upon exiting the parking lot.
September 9, 2019
The meeting was very well attended and featured a presentation on IAMPETH 2019 (International Association of Master Penmen, Engrossers, and Teachers of Handwriting) by FotA member-at-large Maria Turk and Wilson Allen. After the presentation, Maria led us through a fun graphite activity and Wilson shared a project he put together at IAMPETH.