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This coming Sunday is our regular lace group get together.
Sunday, July 28, 2013
St. Peter's Anglican Church
755 Elm Street at Grant Ave, Winnipeg
Time: 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Parking is along the west side of the building. Hope to see you there! If you want to drop by for a shorter time, we put the kettle on for tea around 3:00 pm. Dainties are welcome, optional.
Save the Date! Our 7th Annual Fall Retreat will be held Saturday, Nov. 2, from 9:30 to 4:30 and Sunday Nov. 3, from 1:30 to 4:30 at St. Peter’s Anglican Church. Optional activities can be developed for “off site” activities Friday pm and Saturday pm. Details to follow!
Folklorama : “Experience the energy of Folklorama, the largest and longest running multicultural festival of its kind in the world!” Website: www.folklorama.ca
Here is your chance to visit the many pavilions that feature Lace in some form, either in costumes, demonstrations or displays. It runs for two weeks, August 4-17, with kick off the Forks.
We’ve been invited to demonstrate bobbin lacemaking at the Belgian Pavilion and perhaps generate some interest in fall classes! It will run during Week 2, August 11 – 17, Sunday to Saturday. View the photo gallery on the blog to see some photos. More to be added!
Biographies: If you haven’t taken the opportunity to write your biography, please add it to the ever growing list! Share your ‘lace’ experience. Sample ideas: what sparked your interest, when you started, favourite kinds, travel to various lacemaking sites or museums, significant classes and/or lesson books that helped you learn. Please include a photo or two.
Biographies are kept in plastic sleeves in a binder and are generally one page to two pages, including photos. Received from Bev, Donna, Ewa, Jocelyn, Mary, Michelle, Rose Anne, Shirley, Yvonne...
Newsletter photo image credit, lace and beading combinations, link to blog site.
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