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On the first Wednesday of each month, 8:30 PM E / 5:30 PM P, the Flag Design Gauntlet allows Flag Creators the opportunity to present their flag ideas to a dedicated and knowledgeable group of Flag Enthusiasts. Whether you need input on the early stages of your flag creation journey or feedback on your advanced Flag Promotion Pitch, the Gauntlet brings Flag Creators and Flag Evaluators together in a supportive and knowledgeable environment. If you would be interested in presenting or would like to assist with running the meeting, please contact coordinator Joe Gorman at (214) 681-9012, email@example.com.
There is considerable popular interest in flags of the Revolutionary War. However, the historical basis for many of those flags is very tenuous, and existing published references to them are often inaccurate. This IAM focuses on investigating and documenting the history and context of colonial and Revolutionary War flags, and on ways that NAVA can disseminate this information to the vexillological community and the public. 90 minutes.
Monthly meeting of NAVA‘s executive board. 8 PM E / 5 PM P. Open to all members.
Wait to be admitted to Zoom. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
The PFA meets bimonthly for 3 hours. Portland, Oregon-area flag enthusiasts meet in person and welcome virtual attendance. To join in, contact email@example.com.
Pose questions to Ted Kaye, long-time NAVA member, NAVA secretary, and compiler, "Good" Flag, "Bad" Flag.
A quarterly event to welcome new members and orient them to NAVA‘s offerings.
The New American City Flags Survey runs through November 30. Please visit the survey to make history in American city flags.