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For March’s Women in the Arts event, we repeated a silk scarf workshop done last year in March. It was so popular then that Steele Memorial Library requested this repeat workshop.

Roc Day celebation – starting 11 am – 4pm – bring something good to eat to share with others.   We will have some friendly competition through a few games.  We will also have raffle items and a silent auction.  Items for raffle and auction are welcome. Membership renewal payments due at the January meeting

Meeting will be on Saturday December 7th, 11 – 4pm.   Feel free to bring cookies or other holiday treat to share, recipes will be appreciated.    Participation in the gift exchange is voluntary.  If you bring a stocking stuffer sized gift, you will received a gift.  

The Chemung Valley Fibers Arts Guild is cosponsoring this event along with The Finger Lakes Knitting Guild, Wooly Minded, and Corning-Painted Post Historical Society. The even will take place on October 25&26 10 – 4 at the Patterson Inn Museum, 59 W. Pulteney St. Corning, NY.  

Event will feature:

Over 300 items,  Demos,  Raffle,  Yarn Winder Exhibit,  Beginner Classes,  Both Vintage and New Pieces,  Troubleshooting,  Yarn Display Board,  Gift Shop, Vendors,  Door Prizes

Admission: $5.00 (good for both days) 

For more info visit: 

http://www.pattersoninnmuseum.org

Now that fall is here we are back to regular meetings…  11am – 4pm.  Bring you lunch and projects to work.. your ideas and a non perishable food donation for the church. 

A reminder that guild will be participating in the Whingblinger Harvest Festival at the Benjamin Patterson Inn  on Pulteney street in Corning, NY.  Gates open at 10am… Guild members need to be in place before that. 

The annual guild picnic at Tanglewood Nature Center was held in early July. Guild members enjoyed great food and company in a beautiful setting. Shown below is a photo of a pond near the picnic pavilion.

Later in July guild members were back at Tanglewood Nature Center, this time for an afternoon with girls attending the Meg Lowman Day Camp. The girls learned the process of sun printing. They also learned how to weave ribbons around lavender stalks for lavender wands. A photo below shows the sun printing projects drying in the sun.

There will be no guild meeting in August

Guild will next meet at the Benjamin Patterson Inn on September 7th, 10 am – 4pm for their annual Whingblinger event. We will be demonstrating carding, spinning, weaving, flax processing and more …

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