Hello York Heritage Members,
The new year is either creeping up on you or it is speeding by quickly either way take a moment grab your favorite cheer and enjoy our January 2019 Newsletter it is posted get caught up on what is happening in 2019!
I am not sure if you aware CQA is having a BOW starting Jan 15, 2019 click on BOW and you will see all the information we are well represented by CQA so to show appreciation it would be great to start this project for support!
See you in 2019!
York Heritage Quilters Guild Meeting: Tuesday November 20, 2018
Doors will open at 600 pm and meeting will start at 700 pm.
Speaker of the Month: Bethany Garner-“My Journey at Art Quilting a short walk away from Traditional
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Our meeting is at the Toronto Botanical Garden 777 Lawrence Avenue East (at Leslie)
See you Tuesday,
Can you believe we are already in November where is the time going? Just imagine if you volunteered for any of the open positions time would go just as fast (half the year already over) and you would feel good knowing you did your part in keeping our guild active.
Our November newsletter is up so take a look at the excitement our executive has for us. My favorite is always the guild sales! We have workshops to sign up for and a list of who is coming in 2019
Saturday Nov 10 is the post card workshop and there are still a few openings best way to get your President’s Challenge well on its way.
Hope you have been stitching so that we can see more of that wonderful Show and share, did you happen to view the items of our last meeting on the web page?
Please go to the executive page you will see there are a couple of positions that require your help! There is a whole executive of people to help you with the office you would like to volunteer for we work as a team, I am sure even past members that have been on the executive would give friendly advice. If you are able to fill any of these positions or thinking of it please email our president she would be glad to hear from you.
Many hands make lighter work as the saying goes but also if these positions are not filled that means that we are also losing out on these special programs due to no one to chair the office.
Quilt Show: Vacant
Special Projects: Vacant
Member at Large: Vacant
Thank you for considering! Your quilt guild.
We had great fun with our President starting the meeting with her journey of over 30 years of quilting starting with her first quilt.
It is wonderful to hear how other quilters journey’s and how they started, what drew them into this craft Irena’s story was very entertaining, and started our evening with another quilters journey as our guest speaker Karen Kay Buckley
Your newsletter is posted for Oct! Also check under challenges to review the Presidents challenge looks like we can have lots of fun with this 40 and Fabulous theme.
Quilt show season is in full swing Oct listings are on the side. I will be going to the Erie Shores quilt show in Leamington next weekend. There should be loads of inspiration at the shows to help you decide how you want to celebrate our 40th year!
Wishing you and your family the best of Thanksgiving weekend.
Hello York Heritage Members,
Please note our first meeting is at a different location Crescent School 2365 Bayview Avenue in the Theatre (Centre for Creative Learning) we will be back to our original meeting place in October.
If you have not renewed yet, this is the time to do it! we have a wonderful year of guest speakers/workshops and vendors you don’t want to miss. Take a seat and read your newsletter for all the exciting events for 2018-19. If you have renewed already we look forward to seeing you at our first meeting of the season.
I would like to thank Valerie for all her time/ years she has given in making the web page unique and entertaining for your on line viewing, giving you up to date access anytime.
I hope that I can do the same as I navigate through the site and by all means if you have any comments or suggestions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
I would like to promote volunteering to keep your guild fresh and full of new ideas think about it as the year unfolds ask questions about what we do on the executive maybe by the end of the season you will get incentive and have some great new ideas for the guild that you can introduce to our guild by taking an office.
See you soon
Deb Anger Web
UPDATE!!!! We have added a third class by Karen Kay Buckley, Fiesta Mexico block 3… below is a photo of the project. For more information, see Karen’s website.
Lectures take place the 3rd Tuesday of the month at The Toronto Botanical Gardens, 777 Lawrence Ave. East from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. Guest fee is $15 per meeting.
No guests at the May meeting and AGM.
Workshops are held at the Toronto Botanical Gardens, 777 Lawrence Ave. E. (unless otherwise specified) from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm.
Workshop Fees are $100 per day, $50 for half day classes. ($110/$55 for non-members). Cancellation fee of $25.00 applies. Some workshops may require a kit fee. Sign up for workshops at guild meetings or by emailing our president email@example.com and she will forward your request to the appropriate person.
Non-members may take workshops once members have been accommodated.