Western Reserve Spinners & Weavers Guild
April Meeting: “What’s on the Bookshelf?”
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
8800 Euclid-Chardon Rd, Kirtland, OH
New start time – 6:45 p.m. for Show & Tell.
Bring your cash/checkbooks to purchase duplicate books for sale from our library. Hostess this month is Cindy Kolacz.
If you’re out and about don’t forget to stop by the Kirtland library http://www.kirtland.lib.oh.us/ to view the guild display of fiber creations!
April meeting is all about books! Our guild library is a wonderful resource full of inspiration and educational opportunities. Our librarian, Cindy Kolacz, stores and keeps track of the books, totes them back and forth to meetings, and fills borrowing requests!
Bring your favorite book to share!
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
8800 Euclid Chardon Road
Kirtland OH 44094
If you have not had an opportunity to read last month’s minutes, check them out here: http://members.wrspinweave.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/2017-3-28-WRSW-March-Minutes.pdf
We continue with our weekly Spin Ins. They generally start around 6 pm, but come when you can and leave when you must. Bring any portable project (minus the fiber animal) or just come to chat or learn.
April 13 – Panera, Bainbridge
April 20 – Sharon James Winery, Newbury
April 27 – Coffee Corners, Burton
May 4 – Burton Library
May 11 – Panera, Bainbridge
May 18 – Sharon James Winery, Newbury
May 25 – Coffee Corners, Burton
From JoEllen Salkin:
Thanks to our great programs and informative guild business, our meetings so far this year have been running a full two hours. We need to try to be more respectful to the staff at Lake Farmpark and be completely out of the building prior to 9:00. The Executive Committee has met and discussed ways to streamline our meetings and still have time for the camaraderie we all enjoy. Since we have the room available as early as 6:00, beginning with the April meeting, we will precede each meeting at 6:45 with a Show and Tell until 7. A table will be still set up and members are invited to display their creations, and optionally talk about each item. These items will remain on the table throughout the meeting for further review by members; we encourage the use of the Show and Tell form to share more detailed information. We will begin each meeting at 7 with introductions, the program, a short break and an abbreviated business meeting. It is our hope that this schedule will meet the needs of our membership as well as Lake Farmpark, who have been so generous to us.