Sag Harbor Women Open Communal Work Space - 27 East

Sag Harbor Women Open Communal Work Space

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Amanda Fairbanks

Amanda Fairbanks

 Sarah Cohen and Liza Tremblay

Sarah Cohen and Liza Tremblay

 the co-founders

the co-founders

 are pictured working at the Shed.  KYRIL BROMLEY

are pictured working at the Shed. KYRIL BROMLEY

Amanda Fairbanks

Amanda Fairbanks

 Sarah Cohen and Liza Tremblay

Sarah Cohen and Liza Tremblay

 the co-founders

the co-founders

 are pictured working at the Shed.  KYRIL BROMLEY

are pictured working at the Shed. KYRIL BROMLEY

The SHED is a women’s shared work space taking place every Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Estia's Little Kitchen in Sag Harbor. Amanda Fairbanks

The SHED is a women’s shared work space taking place every Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Estia's Little Kitchen in Sag Harbor. Amanda Fairbanks

authorElizabeth Vespe on Sep 27, 2018
The Shed is not for lawn tools, bicycles or holiday decorations. A women-only co-working space, the Shed will pop up at Estia’s Little Kitchen in Sag Harbor every Tuesday from... more

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