Publicity Chair Needed Have you been wanting to give back to the Guild and also earn points ? Now is the time to step up and try something new. If you can navigate Facebook, like to learn new things, and are computer savvy, publicity is a good fit for you. This rewarding position allows you to be creative to promote Guild meetings and special events.
If you are interested, contact Sheri Gittinger (email@example.com) or Uarda Taylor (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Holiday Party & Gift Exchange is Saturday, December 1st, 12-3
Welshfield Inn 14001 Main Market Road (Rt 422), Burton
We will be ordering from a limited menu. Here is a link to their lunch menu:http://thedriftwoodgroup.com/word1/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Lunch-Menu.pdf
Please let JoEllen know if you are planning on attending and if you are interested in a menu item by Monday November 26 at email@example.com or 440.498.1930.
Per tradition, we will have a random gift exchange of something hand made and/or related to the fiber arts.
Always a good time, and a great way to get to know other guild members while enjoying good food. Thanks!
The Handbook Committee (JoEllen Salkin, Mo Doerner, Nancy Curtiss, Sheri Gittinger & Bobbie Shafer) have concluded revisions to update and align with our Guild by-laws. The Executive Committee has reviewed and now it is time for our members to review. Please take the time to look over the document linked here http://members.wrspinweave.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/2018-11-Draft-of-Handbook.pdf
We will be voting on passage at the November meeting (11/27/18). Please note that if you are interested in chairing a committee next year, this is where you will find the duties and responsibilities of these positions. Thanks.
Location of our November meeting is: https://www.google.com/maps/dir//7250+Alexander+Rd,+Painesville,+OHfirstname.lastname@example.org,-81.2214
Lake Metropark Environmental Learning Center, 7250 Alexander Rd., Concord
We have a special guest speaker this month, author Peggy Hart. She will talk about her book, Wool, Unraveling an American Story of Artisans and Innovation - A must-read for anyone who has knitted socks, woven a tapestry, or curled up with a warm wool blanket. (taken from Amazon.com) Meeting times are the same with Program/Meeting starting at 7:00 pm
HO Ho ho !
There’s a nip in the air and our clocks fell back - we’re getting on towards holiday time!
If still you want to lend an ornament for the Guild’s Holiday Tree at Lake Farmpark, there’s still time! I will be at the Felt SIG on Nov 13 or give me a call - 440-781-2046 (c) - and we’ll arrange a meeting place. Alternatively - come help the Show Committee decorate the tree at 10 am on Tuesday, November 20.
Please put your ornament in a secure (ziploc) bag and identify it as yours by including a piece of paper with your name and phone number.
If you have the time, visit Farmpark after Nov 20 and thru the holidays to view all the holiday trees on display!
Happy Holidays to everyone!