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Cheese-Making Club: Info Meeting

Via Dara Mysliwiec ’16:

WesCream wants to make your wildest cheese (making) dreams come true.

We’re a new student group that wants to spread the knowledge of how to make cheese on your own, which is totally, totally possible and not actually as hard as you think it is. We will also be making yogurt, creams, and hopefully some vegan cheeses too. Come join us at Outhouse this Sunday to learn about the basics of making cheese, and to have a conversation about what we want to do this semester as a group, because anything is possible (except Parmesan and Swiss, sorry).

If you can’t make it to the meeting but love cheese and think you’d want to help with some homemade cheese, you can email damysliwiec[at]wesleyan[dot]edu and she will hook. you. up.

(WesCream is NOT the Cheese Co-op, which is really great and whose cheese game is on-point.)

Date: Sunday, October 5
Time: 2-3 PM
Place: Outhouse

Hawk Your Wares at the WESU Record Fair

WESU President Avery “Weltschmerz” Trufelman ’13 wants you to sell out:

On October 28th, WESU will host its biannual record fair! This is ALSO a great opportunity for you to sell your own stuff: records, sure, but arts and crafts, too, and just about anything you can vend. 8-foot tables (now that’s long!) cost $35 each, with a maximum of two tables per dealer. As always, we expect a lot of people to attend, both students and Middletown residents, so you should be prepared to guard your table for the duration of the fair. Make friends, make money, eat pizza, listen to awesome music… and reserve your table as soon as possible by contacting Lee Berman at lberman(at)wesleyan(dot)edu.

What: WESU Record Fair, and you’re the vendor
When: Sunday, October 28, officially 11am-4pm
Prep Time (loading stuff, bringing it to market): 9am-11am
Where: Beckham Hall
Cost: $35 to rent a table, up to 2 tables/vendor
Email: lberman@wes