Friends - I am trying to figure out my calendar for this summer and am hoping to attend the Gathering at Powell House as well as OYM. When is OYM?

Thanks,

Barb

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August 6-10, according to the FWCC Calendar of Yearly Meeting.

Hi Barb,

This is what I found online in the OYM minutes from 2012 about the 2013 OYM yearly meeting:

Meetings for Worship followed by business: Third Day through Seventh Day, Eighth
Month 6th through 10th , 2013.
Meetings for worship only: Second Day, Eighth Month 5th at 7:30 p.m. and First Day,
Eighth Month 11th, 10:30 a.m.

So... August 5th Mon evening through August 11th Sun morning - including meetings for worship bookending the business.

any word on this year ( 2019) the OYM website only has 2018 info in it. thanks!

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