About the meeting
If you are interested you may attend some meetings before joining.
Why don’t you come by and visit for a meeting or two!
The usual order of events for the meeting is:
- 9 AM -10 – Assembly and social, stop by the membership table, drop of show-n-tell items;
- 10 -11 – Demonstration;
- 11 – 11:15 – Break;
- 11:15 – 12 PM – Announcements, guild business, treasurer’s report, 50:50 & door prizes.
See a list of meetings and details below the map…
Bain Center Hours and Phone:
|Ruth Keeton Way runs between the Harpers Choice Safeway and the Columbia Athletic Club on Beaverkill Rd.|
Meetings and Demonstrations
The Monthly Meeting will be the SECOND Saturday, 14 October 2017 at Bain Center. There is currently no demonstrator for this month. … Read full text…
The Monthly Meeting will be the SECOND Saturday, 9 September 2017 at Bain Center. The second Saturday is a result of Labor Day weekend on the normal day. The demonstrator this month will be David Hickson, Rosette or Compass Rose Inlay Technique and Tips. David shared a set of links to suppliers. We have them on our website here. … Read full text…
The Monthly Meeting will be Saturday, 5 August 2017 at Bain Center as usual. The demonstrator this month will be Robert Willasch – Native American Flute The Howard County fair is this same weekend. The Guild picnic is this month, 19 August, at Rick and Lisa Munzer’s house. Read more… … Read full text…
The Monthly Meeting will be Saturday, 1 July 2017 at Bain Center as usual. The demonstrator this month will be Ed Fischer – Shop Safety Wood Toxicity Renew your membership at this meeting to avoid the late fee. See this post for more information. … Read full text…
The Monthly Meeting will be Saturday, 3 June 2017 at Bain Center as usual. The demonstrator this month will be Tom Rollins – Segmented Bowls and Et Cetera. Renew your membership! This is the last month of the Guild’s fiscal year, 1 July to 30 June. It is time to renew your membership for 2017-2018. George Adams will again be collecting your dues for Gene who remains in Florida while his father receives medical treatment. The dues amount remains the same, a paltry $35. The best way to pay your dues is to bring a personal check to the meeting. … Read full text…