Charity Crop FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Charity Crop

Do I have to stay the whole time?

You may arrive and depart whenever you wish. A seat will be available. The cost, however, is the same regardless of how long you stay.

Are children allowed?
If you have an older child (at least 12 years old) who also scraps, you are welcome to buy her or him a seat. Other children should remain at home.

Is there a store nearby?
There are a few places to buy supplies nearby.  A list of area stores will be available at the crop.

Are you able to accommodate people with disabilities?
Yes. LCCC is ADA compliant and equipped with elevators. If you have any special needs, we will do our best to accommodate them. Please call Women’s Link at (440) 366-4035 to discuss.

What should I bring?
You should bring whatever you need to work on your projects.

What should I wear?
Dress comfortably in light layers. People vary as to their comfort level in various temperatures so plan accordingly.

What about lunch and dinner?
Meals and snacks are on your own. There are several restaurants within a mile of the college. Vending machines also offer limited choices and pizza is always an option. A room for meals will be available if you wish to eat in the building.

Will I be able to sit with my friends?
When you register, please list anyone with whom you would like to sit. Croppers will be assigned to various rooms and we will do our best to ensure that you are all assigned to the same room.


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