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World Wide Knit in Public Day with Lost Boy Cider

June 11 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Bring your current work in progress (knit, crochet, needlepoint – doesn’t matter!) and meet up with other stitchers in our outdoor park space for World Wide Knit in Public Day! Enjoy a cold beverage at our Lost Boy Cider Pop Up! They will be serving up hard ciders on tap while you stitch in public.

About Lost Boy, our local cidery

earth grown ingredients, always.

Whatever you think you know about cider is about to change, we promise. When we started this journey, it became clear how misunderstood cider is. Our ciders are made from real apples and natural ingredients, always. Our fermentation process ensures nearly all of the apple’s residual sugar is gone by the time it hits your glass which will make your body happy.

Our amazing co-fermented ciders are made using modern apples and all-natural ingredients like hops, cranberries, pineapple, and whole spices. They are truly special. Oh, and if you’re feeling fancy you will love our line of Cellar Series of ciders which combine heirloom apples, barrel aging, and unique processes like in-bottle fermentation. Cheers!

What is World Wide Knit in Public Day?

World Wide Knit in Public Day was started in 2005 by Danielle Landes and is now the largest knitter run event in the world. It began as a way for knitters to come together and enjoy each other’s company. Knitting is such a solitary act that it’s easy to knit alone somewhere and sink into your work without thinking about all the other knitters out there. Neighbors could spend all their lives never knowing that the other knits.  This a specific day to get out of your house and go to a local event (with your knitting in tow) just for you and people like you.  Who knows you might even bump into your neighbor! Consider this a spark, to ignite a fire; getting all of the closeted knitters out into fresh air.

History of World Wide Knit in Public Day

In 2005, there were about 25 local events around the world. In 2006, there were about 70 local events, and in 2007, almost 200. In 2008, there were 800 events, and in 2009, 751 events.

Over the years there have been local events in Australia, China, England, Finland, France, Ireland, Norway, South Africa, Sweden, United States and so many more countries.

Until 2014 WWKIPDAY took place from the second Saturday to the third Sunday of June each year; making it a week long celebration of knitting and other fiber arts. Since 2015 we have celebrated it on ONE DAY.