My guild, the Black Sheep Handspinners, take on one day each year to demo wheel and spindle spinning in this building. Jim and I have been doing this for the last 3 years. The first 2 were so hot we thought about not going again. Really sticky, muggy, in the 90's, hot is not too wonderful for spinning wool but this year the temps were merely in the 80's and sometimes clouds blocked the blasting sun so it was fun and always interesting talking to folks wandering by.
I got to eat greasy expensive yam fries. Jim had a humongmous fried haddock sandwich and Deirdre got some excellent coffee with real cream. I also indulged in fresh squeezed lemonade and a people watching walk around the area. Other than that it was 4 hours of spinning with no phone calls or internet to interrupt us, just pleasant folks asking good questions.
That was my view from behind the picket fence.
And we couldn't have done it without our faithful Dolly.