Winter Gathering 2019: Logistics - Food, Housing and Other


Omnivorous, vegetarian and vegan meals are included in the registration price, and are served from Friday Dinner to Sunday Lunch.

 Fri. Dinner to Sat. Lunch Sat. Dinner to Sun. Lunch

Housing Options

Request a Home Stay: When you register, you may request to be matched with a volunteer host in the vicinity of Brookline, MA or elsewhere in the Boston area. The registration form provides an opportunity to donate to support PMN’s homestay matching service (see: “Home Stay Suggested Donation” below). We provide this service for out-of-town registrants to make gathering participation more affordable. Count on a welcoming community-oriented feel to the whole weekend! Please register by January 11, 2019 to guarantee a home stay match. Although we can’t guarantee that the match will meet every specific need, our housing coordinators will do their best to assign appropriate housing for the needs you indicate on the registration form and inform you if they can’t find an appropriate match. For questions (or to offer a home stay in the Brookline area), contact

Offer a Home Stay: Please read our hospitality appeal for the nights of January 25 & 26, 2019 in the vicinity of the Winter Gathering, and if you can offer to host an out of town PMN registrant, please fill out the online form.

Other Important Logistics

Childcare: Childcare is provided when you register children for the gathering. The Youth Creative Convergence (YCC) is a new program PMN offers specifically for children and teens. The YCC is staffed with childcare professionals who are aided during certain times by parents and other caring adults in the PMN Community. Please register children by January 13, 2019. When you are using childcare, make sure to sign your child in and Parents must serve at least one work shift in the childcare area. To ensure the safety of all, children under the age of 13 years are required to be supervised at all times, either with their parent(s) or enrolled in the childcare that is provided by PMN. We want every child to have a positive and enjoyable experience at the PMN gathering. For info, contact Jayme Winell,

What to Bring: Anything musical: instruments, voices, audio recorders, recordings, songbooks to swap or sell.

What not to Bring: pets, alcohol, or illegal substances.

Chemical Sensitivities: Be aware that some attendees are negatively affected by perfumes, strongly scented toiletries, and/or essential oils. Please refrain from bringing or wearing them.

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