Facilitators and Hostesses Gathering Tips (Just the Tip! ;-) )

Here are the Top Tips for a successful and well-lubricated facilitation and hostessing experience:

First, take a deep breath. Relax. You got this. Thank you for helping to make the Gathering magickal!

Facilitators and Hostesses

  • First, most of all, we are here to create connection, community, and lots of FaeMagick. Zoom allows faeries from all over the world to join. Lots of these faeries have never been to a Gathering before – yes “VirginFae” :-). If you see someone looking lost, confused, down-in-the-dumps, or needing help, please say “hi”. A friendly Fae face at the Gathering can make a big difference. Be friendly. Reach out. Connect.
  • If your computer works on Zoom, use it, rather than a tablet or a phone as your primary connection to the gathering – computers have lots more, more easily accessed Zoom functionality.
  • Take a Gathering Attendee training to appreciate all of the latest Zoom features, including “teleporting” around the gathering. Practice will make you a pro and put you at ease in your event, and also those around you.
  • Contact your Facilitator or Hostess well ahead of your Circle (facilitator & hostess emails are in your circle description on the Calendar/Gallery view at Gathering Central). Check-in on special support needs, things you have planned (video clips, music, experiential exercises, etc.). If you coordinate with each other ahead of time, you will be attuned and at ease during your event, and this will come across to your participants.
  • When you arrive at least 15 minutes early to Hostess a Circle, you will start in the Main Zoom Room where you should request that the Zoom Guru (Zoom Host) in the Main Zoom Room give you Co-Host permissions.
  • Besides the regular Circles at the gathering, you’re free to use any Breakout Room that doesn’t have a scheduled Circle. Just teleport yourself and meet your faefriends there (breakout rooms can not be “locked.” There are a limited number of “private rooms” available that can be locked – use the reserve a Circle Time and Location form to reserve room… please allow time to process any request for a private room)
  • If you’re planning on using video or music in your session, download it to your computer if possible (rather than streaming from the Web) and practice cueing it up, playing, restarting, etc.
  • Get on Signal (there is a QR code in the newsletter, or go to Gathering Central (https://cascadiafaeries.org/?p=769)and look for Signal instructions. Join the All faes group and, if you are a Hostess, the Hostess Group. Great, secure way to stay in touch.
  • Guidelines for dealing with abusive behavior
    The Etiquette guidelines suggest that attendees contact a Hostess if they experience inappropriate or abusive behavior. Here’s what you should do, as a Hostess, if anyone reports such behavior to you.

    First, always remember confidentiality! As you discuss the situation with others, don’t use names or other identifying information.

    If the situation is not immediately threatening, and does not require immediate action, refer the faerie to the QR for further discussion (it is OK to disclose confidential information to the QR).

    If the action is happening right now and is of immediate concern, request that the faerie(s) in question go to the Main Zoom Room then contact a Zoom Guru until the situation is resolved. If they refuse to go to the Main Zoom Room, then remove them from the gathering.

    Refer to the Etiquette document to see if there has been a clear violation of the gathering guidelines. If you are not certain, discuss the situation with another hostess(es) via the Signal group and with the QR.

    DO NOT remove anyone from the gathering!!!! (unless they repeatedly refuse to move to the Main Zoom Room when you request it). Removal could make it real difficult for them to return!

    Breathe. Channel the ancestors. Together, we will all do a good-enough thing.
  • Remember Fae Principles: Consent in all things. Subject to Subject relationships. Ask for what you want. Stand in your “yes” and in your “no.” Endure nothing. Self-care is sexy. Continue to be Fabulous! Have a great Gathering.

Let’s Use Signal

Signal is the recommended messaging app for the Global Online Breitenbush Faerie Gathering:

Many Faeries use Signal as their primary messaging app. We think Signal is a great idea!

To facilitate this, we have established a Chat Group on Signal open to any Gathering Faeries who would like to join, and have created Instructions (below).

It is not at all mandatory, and you can join or leave any time you want.

(For more on why faeries are moving from Messenger, WhatsApp, and Telegram to Signal, see https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2021/01/whatsapp-users-must-share-their-data-with-facebook-or-stop-using-the-app/ )

Instructions:

The gathering Signal group is called All Faes BBS2021.

If you are not running Signal, you must first download and install it.

To download, install, and use Signal:

* On your phone’s web browser, go to https://www.signal.org/download/

* From there, you can access the links to Google Play and the App store.

Note: If you are on an Android device, and would like to avoid Google, you can download the app directly via https://signal.org/android/apk/

After you have installed Signal, you must open the app and set up an account on the Signal network.

The Signal web site has good, simple instructions for installing Signal, registering your account with them and managing your contacts. Go to support.signal.org and either follow the link for Getting Started or search for Managing contacts.

JOINING THE GATHERING CHAT GROUP

Once you have Signal up and running, you can join the Gathering-wide chat group.

* Use your phone to tap on this link and open it using Signal:

https://signal.group/#CjQKIFzRcOdGq6-lv-ME7Baf252aORirQrhuwdPQ65Jf95-JEhDFIDCAj7_riVpqWsQspJye


* Or you can scan this special Queen Registrar QR code from your phone:

Now you can connect, read, and share announcements (or chit chat or blather) from everybody and anybody who has signed up for the group!

DOWNLOAD SIGNAL

Gathering Etiquette for Global Online Breitenbush Faerie Gathering

A faerie gathering is a magickal space created for many purposes, including individual healing, sharing, nurturing, spiritual or philosophical enlightenment, and community evolution. Traditionally, faerie gatherings have created an intentional container for these activities with boundaries around the gathering to make this container possible. The purpose of this document is to provide a framework and some boundaries around faerie behavior at the upcoming Global Online Breitenbush Faerie Gathering. Some of these items are how the Breitenbush Gathering has operated at prior gatherings on the land. Other items are new adaptations to the virtual environment in which we’re gathering this time.

Inclusivity

One of the core visions of this gathering is around inclusion of faeries of all types. Please be welcoming of faeries of all economic class, race/ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, age (adults), multiple status, neurodivergent status, abilities, geographical locations, languages, etc. If you have any questions about how to handle these topics, please educate yourself or, if that’s not practical in the moment, consult a gathering Hostess or email hostess@cascadiafaeries.org . If you witness someone engaging in inappropriate biased, discriminatory, or excluding behaviors or if you’re experiencing any these behaviors yourself, please contact a Hostess immediately on Zoom or email hostess@cascadiafaeries.org .

Accommodations

Although we weren’t able to pull off signing for the deaf in this gathering, there is a “Live Transcript” feature available for those who are deaf, hard of hearing, neurodivergent, or not native speakers of the English language (we haven’t seen the feature working for other languages yet). If you’d like that feature turned on, request it from a Hostess and please attend a Gathering Attendee training to see how it works. If you have access to a faerie who will sign for you, then you should be able to position your video frame next to theirs in any Circle at the gathering. Fortunately for this gathering, online gatherings are generally more accessible to faeries with physical disabilities than the gatherings on the land. If you have any questions or requests for accommodation, please contact a gathering Hostess or email hostess@cascadiafaeries.org .

Data Sponsorships

There are a limited number of data sponsorships available for faeries attending from countries where their economic situation makes it a hardship to pay data charges for the gathering (for example Cuba, South Africa). If you would like to request a data sponsorship, please email hostess@cascadiafaeries.org .

Abusive Behaviors

It should go without saying, but abusive behaviors are not permitted at the gathering. Any non-consensual physical violence, harassment, or similar conduct will result in a warning, and if continued, in removal from the gathering. If you see someone engaging in abusive behaviors or if you’re experiencing any abusive behaviors yourself, please contact a Hostess immediately on Zoom or email hostess@cascadiafaeries.org .

Visibility (Video On)

Please keep your Video on.  Most faerie participants appreciate seeing the faeries they are gathering with well-framed in their video rectangle. For security reasons, the gathering requires that we be able to identify you by video image. Brief periods when you’re in the bathroom, for example, or require an intimate moment of some kind are exceptions. To help avoid eye strain, please consider your lighting: if bright light is shining into the camera, it makes it difficult for faeries to look at your image and the screen in general. Similarly, video backgrounds with flashing lights are discouraged except in “party” circles. Lurking and recording images, screen shots, video, or audio of gathering participants without their express permission is not permitted and is grounds for removal from the gathering. Certain Circles may be recorded and available on Facebook Live, such as the first portion of the Global Online Know Talent Show and possibly the Fashion Show. You can see a recording icon in Zoom if a Circle is being recorded.

Audibility (Muted Except When Sharing)

Please keep your audio muted, except when you’re sharing in a circle or informally with other faeries. When more than a few faeries have their audio unmuted, the sounds quality diminishes to the point where some faeries cannot hear what faeries are saying. There will be some moments where such a cacophony of sound is encouraged, such as for brief periods during a group ritual for participation from everyfae, but generally speaking, it’s best to unmute only when you’re speaking. Lurking and recording images, screen shots, video, or audio of gathering participants without their express permission is not permitted and is grounds for removal from the gathering.

Nudity

At physical Breitenbush Gatherings, nudity is usually permitted everywhere (with limited exceptions for hygeine, e.g.,  faeries had to cover their butts when sitting on the floor or furniture). We all have different relationships with our own and others’ nudity, including some faeries who are dealing with body image and sexual abuse concerns. Please be sensitive and respectful. Some faeries may not want to engage in nudity, so please do not try to encourage someone to get nude if they tell you they don’t want to get naked. If a Circle description specifies it is a clothed space (without nudity), or if some faeries in a given Breakout Room request it, please respect their wishes by being naked in another location.

Sex

All sexual activity at this gathering must be entirely consensual. If somefae says “No”, their word is law (unless you’ve previously negotiated “No” as a safe word meaning something else). Please do not push faeries for anything that is not given freely…it’s a real bummer and may be grounds for removal from the gathering. If you witness non-consensual sexual behavior or if you experience non-consensual sexual behavior yourself, please contact a Hostess immediately on Zoom or by email at hostess@cascadiafaeries.org .

The Love Lounge / Love Temple is a open space to engage in sexual activity. In other locations, especially during scheduled Circles, it may be distracting unless part of the program for that Circle. So, please consider moving to a Breakout Room that is not scheduled and where otherfaes are not disturbed by your activities.

Drugs (including alcohol and tobacco)

Traditionally, the gathering is drug-free (including alcohol and tobacco), so that faeries can share with greater confidence that they are making connections unclouded by mind-altering substances. However, we recognize that some faeries have addictions and/or preferences for use. Please only use drugs (including alcohol and tobacco) in the Smoking Lounge Breakout Room as is traditional at Breitenbush Gatherings.

Rock ‘n Roll (just kidding)

But actually, if you’re making noises that other faeries aren’t appreciating during a scheduled Circle, please teleport to another Breakout Room where your sounds are welcome.

Physical Awareness

Please be aware of physical world conditions while participating in the virtual space of this gathering. For example, please take care around the use of electronic devices in locations with moisture, such as bathrooms, showers, outdoors in the rain, etc. The gathering will not be responsible for the loss or damage of your computer, tablet, phone, or other devices.

Self-Care Is Sexy!

Please consider taking breaks from the screen, hydrating, eating, bathing, and taking rest, during the gathering. In some cases, you may be able to do these activities in a shared way online without even looking at the screen.

Donate to Breitenbush Radical Faeries!

Faerie Fee Fund Donations

Faerie Fee Funds allow us to offer the Breitenbush in person gathering experiences to EVERYONE! This fund supports our no one turned away for lack of funds inclusivity policy! 

It is often a big challenge to raise these funds. Our solution is to invite faeries who believe all faeries should be able to attend gatherings to pledge a small monthly fee year-round to support this process. Our goal is to find 100 fairies willing to pledge $20 a month on an annual basis, so all of us can participate. But we know some fairies could only pledge five dollars a month, while others can do much more. Please examine your heart regarding how much you value inclusivity in your experience of faerie gatherings.

Please support our community by pledging to your community now.

Funds go directly to Cascadia Radical Faerie Resource, Inc., (CRFR) to be distributed specifically for the projects listed below.

You have options. You can make a one-time only donation, but we would prefer a small monthly pledge instead. We’ve made this so easy for you.

Step One: Examine your heart.

Step Two: If you heart says yes, please complete the form below.

When you click on the Submit button, a PayPal page will appear to complete your donation using PayPal or a credit card. Yes, you can make your pledge a monthly repeating pledge in this way or a one-time only contribution.

Step Three: An alternative to PayPal option:

If you prefer, after clicking the Submit button, you can mail a check or cashier’s check in US dollars to: Cascadia Radical Faerie Resource (CRFR), 4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd #907, Portland, OR 97214-5246 

We are especially encouraging recurring monthly donations to fulfill the dream of fully supported gatherings in the future! There is a drawing at the end of the gathering in which monthly pledge participants will be eligible. See Gift Page for details.

Thank you very much for your generous donation!

If you have questions/problems/concerns or want to volunteer to support this fundraising campaign, please contact Hammer (Terry Cavanagh), +1-831-345-2053, terrypcavanagh@gmail.com

Orientation for Global Online Breitenbush Faerie Gathering

What and who are the Radical Faeries?

What is a Faerie? If you ask three faeries that question, you’ll get at least seven different answers! The Radical Faeries are bound in a loose-knit global community of individuals who have various beliefs and practices. Faeries circle in gatherings and gather in circles to speak from the heart. We co-create welcoming spaces for personal growth and community evolution.

What is Breitenbush?

Breitenbush Hot Springs is an intentional community and worker-owned cooperative that hosts guests on a rugged 154-acre parcel of land blessed with hot springs, a river, and forests in the Cascade mountains of Oregon in the USA (see map below).

How do Radical Faeries circle in Gatherings and gather in Circles at Breitenbush?

Every year since 1982, Radical Faeries have circled for a gathering at the Breitenbush Hot Springs Community. This year, due to climate change, wildfires swept the gathering site, destroying many — but luckily not all — of the structures on the site. Also due to the pandemic, the faeries won’t be able to gather there on February 11-15, 2021, as would be our tradition.

How can I volunteer as a gathering Hostess?

To volunteer as a gathering Hostess, please send an email with your Faerie Name to hostess@cascadiafaeries.org

Hostess Zoom Guide

You can also view this document in a PDF version.

This guide is for Zoom Hostesses.

We highly recommend that you use a computer for this role. The Zoom application lacks some features in the mobile and tablet versions.

The current Zoom Host will designate you as a zoom Co-Host when you are a Hostess for a particular Circle.

This guide presents screenshots and examples. The screenshots were snapped in the Mac version of Zoom. Please note that the Windows version is almost identical to the Mac version in functionality and button positioning with a slight difference in appearance.

Some Basic Definitions

  • Zoom Host – the overall administrator of the meeting who has full access to every feature of Zoom.
  • Co-Host – a meeting participant granted access to many, but not all of the hosting features by the Zoom Host. The Zoom Host can designate as many Co-Hosts as they want.
  • Participant – the people participating in the Zoom meeting.
  • Spotlighting – a zoom feature that focuses the “Speaker View” onto one or more participant screens designated by a host or co-host.

Basic Setup

Here is an example setup with three participants:

  • Co-Host – This is your point of view as a Hostess.
  • Razberry – A participant.
  • Oscar Wilde – Another participant.

Viewing All Participants

To view all the participants in the meeting:

  1. Click on the Participants button at the bottom center of the Zoom window.
  2. The list of Participants will appear in a pane on the right size of the Zoom window.
  3. Select the “Gallery” view from the view menu on the upper right of the screen.

If you are in “Fullscreen” mode, the participants will appear in a separate window.

Requesting to Be a Co-Host

A Zoom Host can authorize a Participant as a Co-Host, for example to give Oscar Wilde Co-Host permissions:

  1. Right click on “Oscar Wilde” on their video window or in the Participants list. A menu will appear.
  2. Click on the “Make Co-Host” menu item.

As a Hostess, you will usually just be requesting that a Zoom Host do this for you.

Spotlighting A Participant

To spotlight a Participant, for example Razberry:

  1. Move your cursor over Razberry’s video window or right click on “Razberry” in the Participants list. A small blue rectangle with three dots in it will appear.
  2. Click on that blue rectangle to view a menu.
  3. Select the “Spotlight for Everyone” menu item.

All Participants will see Razberry spotlighted in their main Zoom window. The Participant list method works to spotlight everyone except yourself, so be sure to use the video window method if you need to spotlight yourself.

To spotlight another Participant:

  1. Move your cursor over the Participant’s video window or right click on the Participant’s name in the Participants list. A small blue rectangle with three dots in it will appear.
  2. Click on that blue rectangle to view a menu.
  3. Select the “Add Spotlight” (check name) menu item.

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To stop spotlighting a Participant, you can use one of two methods:

  • Click “Remove Spotlight” on the upper left part of the screen. This method removes all spotlights.
    OR
  1. Move your cursor over the Participant’s video window or over the Participant’s name in the Participant list. A small blue rectangle with three dots in it will appear.
  2. Click on that blue rectangle to view a menu.
  3. Select the “Remove Spotlight” menu item to remove the spotlight just for that Participant, leaving any other spotlights as is.

Muting and Un-Muting Participants

To mute an individual participant:

  1. Move your cursor over the Participant’s video window or right click on the Participant’s name in the Participants list. A small blue rectangle with three dots in it will appear.
  2. Next to that blue rectangle, select the “Mute” button to mute that Participant.

To unmute an individual participant:

  1. Move your cursor over the Participant’s video window or right click on the Participant’s name in the Participants list. A small blue rectangle with three dots in it will appear.
  2. Next to that blue rectangle, select the “Ask to Unmute” menu item.
  3. The Participant will see a pop-up window that has two options, so they can choose to “Stay Muted” or “Unmute”.

To mute all participants:

  1. In the “Participants” panel on the right, click on the “Mute All” button.
  2. If you want Participants to later be able to unmute themselves, then check the “Allow participants to unmute themselves” checkbox.

To unmute all participants:

  1. Click on the “More” button in the lower right corner of the Zoom window or in the Participants panel.
  2. Select the “Ask All to Unmute” menu item.
  3. The Participant will see a pop-up window that has two options, so they can choose to “Stay Muted” or “Unmute”.

Debugging Participant Audio Issues

If a participant is having trouble with audio, you may need to guide them through troubleshooting audio. If the participant can’t hear you, you might have to help through chat.

When a Participant is having trouble being heard because of Internet bandwidth or Internet turbulence issues, then sometimes asking the Participant to click on “Stop Video” will turn off their video for the Zoom meeting but make it possible for the audio to be heard without interference.

When a Participant cannot be heard at all, a common cause of audio issues is when the mic or headphones/speakers are not configured correctly.

  1. First try using the procedure for unmuting a Participant described above. If that doesn’t work, then go on to the next steps.
  2. Ask the Participant to go to the small, up arrow to the right of the “Mute” button and click it. This reveals a pop-up menu.
  3. Make sure Select Microphone and Select Speakers are set correctly. The settings will vary slightly depending on whether or not the participant is using headphones.

If that doesn’t solve the issue, then ask them to open the “Audio Settings” for the computer and check their sound. This procedure will be very different for each operating system. The screen shot above displays the sound settings for a Mac.

Debugging Participant Video Issues

If a participant is having trouble with video, you may need to guide them through troubleshooting video. If the participant can’t see you, you might have to help them by talking aloud.

A common cause of video issues is when the camera are configured correctly.

  1. First try asking the Participant to start their own video by clicking on the “Start Video” button.
  2. If that doesn’t work, then move your cursor over the Participant’s video window or right click on the Participant’s name in the Participants list. A small blue rectangle with three dots in it will appear. Then go to the small, up arrow to the right of the “Mute” button and click it. This reveals a pop-up menu. Ask them to start their video by clicking on the “Ask to Start Video” <check name of item> menu item. When the Participant sees a pop-up window, the Participant should click “Start My Video”.
  3. If that doesn’t work, then go on to the next steps.
  4. Ask the Participant to go to the small, up arrow to the right of the “Start Video” button and click it. This reveals a pop-up menu.
  5. Under “Camera”, click on the menu and make sure to select the correct camera.

Removing a Participant

Removing a participant should only be done as a last resort if a participant is extremely disruptive in a meeting. Once you have removed the participant, they may never be able to return to the Zoom meeting.

To remove a participant, for example Oscar Wilde:

  1. Move your cursor over the Participant’s video window or right click on the Participant’s name in the Participants list. A small blue rectangle with three dots in it will appear.
  2. Select the “Remove” menu item.

Whether or not to report the offending participant to Zoom depends on what the Participant has done. If it is a random zoom bomber, then you should probably report them. If it is a faerie, then it will depend on what the faerie has done. This situation will be discussed with more nuance in the Hostess training.

Rapid Response to Zoom Bombers

The Rapid Response Protocol is to quickly change the security settings of the zoom room to prevent further intruders, remove the intruders, and then restore “normal” security settings.

Change the security settings for the meeting immediately when an incident occurs:

  1. Click on the Security button at the bottom of the Zoom window.
  2. By selecting/checking and unselecting/unchecking, change the security settings to:
  • (checked) Lock Meeting
  • (checked) Enable Waiting Room
  • (unchecked) Hide Profile Pictures

Allow participants to:

  • (unchecked) Share Screen
  • (unchecked) Chat
  • (unchecked) Rename Themselves
  • (unchecked) Unmute Themselves
  • (unchecked) Start Video
  • (unchecked) Suspend Participant Activities
  1. Locate the names of zoom bombers in the chat.
  2. Remove them using the directions described in the previous section.

Once you have removed the Zoom bombers from the meeting, reinstate the security settings for the meeting to the default state, which should probably be:

  • (unchecked) Lock Meeting
  • (unchecked or checked) Enable Waiting Room
  • (unchecked) Hide Profile Pictures

Allow participants to:

  • (unchecked) Share Screen
  • (checked) Chat
  • (checked) Rename Themselves
  • (unchecked or checked) Unmute Themselves
  • (unchecked) Start Video
  • (unchecked) Suspend Participant Activities

Please note that using the Remove feature on a participant may mean that they are permanently banned from the room and may get their Zoom account investigated for permanent removal as well, so it’s not something we should do lightly. It should only be in the case of clear and persistent violation of faerie space and hopefully only after a warning identifying the offensive behavior and asking the participant to stop it.

Sharing A Screen To Present A Video

A Hostess who is a Co-Host can present a video to the meeting:

  1. Start the application that will display the video.
  2. Click on the “Share Screen” button at the bottom of the Zoom window.
    A page with bunch of items will appear which are your display(s) and each window open on your desktop.
  3. Select the “Desktop” item.
  4. When the “Share Sound” and “Optimize for video clip” items appear in the bottom left corner, select both of them.
  5. Click on the “Share Button”.
  6. Set the application displaying the video to full-screen mode.
  7. Start playing the video.

Note: Performing the last two steps in this order may prevent some jerkiness in video playback.

Note: sometimes Participants will multiple screens will get confused about how to share videos. Try to debug issues by noting the large number that Zoom displays on each screen.

Sharing Music Only

A Hostess who is a Co-Host can present music to the meeting as a DJ or for background music:

  1. Click on the “Share Screen” button at the bottom of the Zoom window.
  2. When the “Share Screen” dialog appears, click on the “Advanced” tab at the top of the dialog.
  3. Select the “Music or Computer Sound Only” item.
  4. Click the “Share” button.

Assisting Those Who Are Singing or Playing Music Live

Participants who are singing or playing music live may improve the quality of sound that Zoom provides to other meeting participants by using the “Turn On Original Sound” feature.

If the feature is already configured, the participant will see a “Turn On Original Sound” menu in the upper-left corner of their Zoom window.

If the “Turn On Original Sound” menu doesn’t appear in the upper-left corner of their Zoom window:

  1. Click on the up-arrow menu to the right of the “Mute” or “Unmute” button.
  2. Check the “Show in-meeting option to “Enable Original Sound” from microphone” item under “Music and Professional Audio”.
  3. Unless there is a reason not to do so, check the three items below (or leave them checked if they are already checked).

Once the “Turn On Original Sound” menu appears in the upper-left corner of their Zoom window, a participant can:

  1. Click on “Turn On Original Sound” to turn on original sound.
    The menu name will change to “Turn Off Original Sound” which means that original sound is on.

For live performers, it is advisable to do a sound check / rehearsal prior to the meeting with the same setup as for the meeting to make sure that the performer sounds good to other participants. For example, performers may need to adjust the volume of their performance or their distance from the microphone.

Thanks and Sharing

Thanks to Raspberry and the Tech Circle of the Global Online Breitenbush Faerie Gathering for preparing this document.

Please feel free to share it with faeries everywhere!

Hostess Zoom Guide (PDF Format)

You can also view this document in a regular web page version.

Click the down arrow in the controls at the bottom of the PDF display to see the next page (up arrow for previous page).

Hostess Zoom Guide

Thanks and Sharing

Thanks to Razberry and the Tech Circle of the Global Online Breitenbush Faerie Gathering for preparing this document.

Please feel free to share it with faeries everywhere!

Zoom Reference Guide for Attendees (PDF Format)

You can also view this document in a somewhat older regular web page version.

Click the down arrow in the controls at the bottom of the PDF display to see the next page (up arrow for previous page).

Zoom Reference Guide for Attendees

Thanks and Sharing

Thanks to Watersnake and the Tech Circle of the Global Online Breitenbush Faerie Gathering for preparing this document.

Please feel free to share it with faeries everywhere!