Tuesday, June 23, 2009

June meeting

Thank you Kathleen for the photos from the June meeting! I wasn't able to attend so didn't have anything to blog about....

It was a busy meeting with sewing the newsletters, galleria and the afternoon program. The following photos are some of the meandering books created from the May meeting program.

And then on to the afternoon program, led by Louise Menard. This was another book project to get you ready for your summer getaway perhaps? A scrapbook journal for a short trip? or it could be a card for someone special.
Louise unfolding the book......

Hope everyone has a great and creative summer! Remember to keep a journal if you go away; akim cursive is a great 'hand' to letter with, best of all because no one can read over your shoulder and understand what you have written! Fill up the book you made with Louise and bring it in October to show.

If you are planning on going to the Red Deer conference next summer, the early bird registration date is July 1st, 2009!

We have exhibition pieces due in the Fall. Margot would like to return the 2008 pieces and then start to collect new work for the upcoming dates on the exhibition calendar.

*Remember* the regular meeting days are actually a guild workshop in September. We used to take over the regular dates in November for our annual workshop so it was decided we could actually do it again just a different month. The registration form was included in the Summer newsletter. Mail in date is July 6th.

If you have any outstanding articles for the Broad Edge, I'm sure the committee would love to receive them earlier than their posted deadline of August 15th!

Hmmm shaping up to be a busy calligraphic summer!!

The next regular meeting is October 10th - Origami Tag Book with Janice Woodland. See the Summer issue of the Broad Edge for supplies required.


Bev said...
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Bev said...

It would help if I spell checked!
I forgot to mention that the exhibition will be hung on June 26 at the Cloverdale Library. Call Margot for details if you have an hour to spare.