(See Below for Recent Events)

Linen Shroud Book Party
September 22, 2017
Book Party in East Bay, Salute E Vita, Marina Bay, Richmond, CA autumn equinox.
Watching the sun set on autumn equinox over Mt. Tamalpais. Bubbly and heavy hors d’oeuvres.

Destiny Kinal Lecture ~ Empowering Women Series
Weds. October 11th, 6-8 pm
Community Arts of Elmira Inc - Map
413 Lake St, Elmira, NY 14901

Destiny Kinal Author Talk - Tenative
Thurs. October 19, 5:30-7:30 pm
Sayre Public Library- Map
122 S Elmer, Sayre PA 18840

Destiny Kinal Author Talk
Mon. October 23, 2:00-4:00 pm
Steele Memorial Library - Map


Destiny Kinal Author Talk - Urban Arts Crawl
Fri. October 27, 5:00-8:00 pm
Card Carrying Shop - Map
15 E Market St. Corning NY

Destiny Kinal at the Bradford County Library
Thurs. November 2, 7:00-8:00 pm
Bradford County Library - Map


Destiny Kinal at First Program
Sun. November 5, 2:00-4:00 pm
Waverly Free Library - Map


The Writers Block Featuring Destiny Kinal
Tues. December 5, 6:30-9:00 pm
Turtle Leaf Cafe - Map

Recent Events
Linen Shroud Book Party
September 2, 2017
Chautauqua County, NY. Findley Lake.
Outdoors, tent, live music,
food and beverages.

Book Party at the LOOM,
Waverly NY.
July 30, 2017

Symposium August 20-21, 2016
Flax and Linen: Following the Thread from Past to Present at Historic Deerfield
Here is Destiny's presentation at the above symposium:

Flax to Linen: The state of the art from a sustainable perspective

Flax to Linen: The state of the art from a sustainable perspective

fiber shed

Watershed/ Fibershed Presentation in April 2012
Co-presentation by Rebecca Burgess and Destiny Kinal.
In April, 2012, the Fibershed Project and our press hosted a cooperative event and reading on the subject of bioregionalism, fibershed, and appropriate technology. The events were held partnership with two stores, Green Arcade Bookstore in San Francisco, on April 26th and at A Verb for Keeping Warm, the fiber center in Oakland, on April 15 at 3pm. Rebecca Burgess spoke about The Fibershed Project she founded in West Marin; Destiny Kinal talked about The Third Wave of bioregionalism and the unique approach to community organizing that occurs in each discreet watershed. Both women observed that creating local capacity for fiber production and dyeing creates community in turn. Burgess sees Fibershed as a key organizing principle in creating commerce inside and outside of the community, part of a sustainable way of life.