There’s good news for the Hyde Street Pier Model Shipwrights. With things opening up again in San Francisco, we’re going to start our in-person meetings again!
The bad news is that the gangway on the Eureka has been pulled due to tidal conditions, plus it will be relocated for repair later this year, so we won’t be meeting aboard the Eureka any time soon. Instead we will be meeting at the Bathhouse building, otherwise known as the Maritime Museum building, with our first meeting scheduled for Saturday, March 26th.
The building doesn’t officially open until 10am, but there will be someone to let us in early. Our Commodore, Paul Reck, says we’ll meet up in front of the building between 9am and 9:30am, and we’ll call someone to let us in.
This will be the first in-person meeting we’ve had in over a year. Hopefully, people will bring projects to share and discuss. We’re also hoping that some new people will come to inject some new ship modeling interest into our group.
Please post a comment if you are interested in finding out more about the group or about attending our meeting!
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The Hyde Street Pier Model Shipwrights club is finally scheduled to start up their meetings again, though not aboard the Eureka, which is slated to head out for overhaul later this year…
I have been anxiously waiting for the meetings to resume for over a year. Will be happy to meet all of you next Saturday.
Looking forward to seeing you there Herb!