The Ontario Handweavers & Spinners is a vibrant organization that encourages, inspires, enables, and sustains the unique work of handweaving, spinning and related fibre arts.
Don't forget this year's Central Region Seminar at Black Creek Pioneer Village on Oct. 4th.Â Organized by the Burr House Spinners and Weavers of Richmond Hill,Â registration includesÂ free parking and admission to the Village, door prizes, fibre vendors, demos and keynote speaker fibre artist Sandi Luck. Â For more details download the full page flyer and registration form.
City of Ottawa Archives Gallery 112, at the James Bartleman Centre
100 Tallwood Dr. Ottawa, ON (near the corner of Woodroffe)
This exhibition will showcase weaving, spinning, felting work from participating Guild members.
INSTRUCTORS: Barb Aikman, Wendy E. Bateman, Harriet Boon, Louise Jackson, Julia Lee and Karen Richens FEE: $325.92 Haliburton School of The Arts 297 College Dr., Haliburton, ON K0M 1S0 705-457-1680 ext. 6730 email@example.com
At Haliburton School of the Arts: Level IV instructors: Julia Lee, Beth Abbot, Harriet Boon, Mara Lusis, Wendy e Bateman
Highway 89 & Airport Road
Date of exhibition: September 12 - November 9, 2014
The Dufferin County Museum & Archives is once again presenting the exhibition Stitches across Time. Continuing the theme of the first exhibit in 2011, the exhibition will celebrate the tradition and history of textile arts. The inspirational pieces can be viewed on the Stitches across Time website along with the call for entry and guidelines. www.stitchesacrosstime.com
The Ottawa Valley Weaves' and Spinners' are starting their 65th Anniversary Celebrations in the afternoon of Sept 20 with an Open House at 404 McArthur St. Ottawa, ON. Come and join us for this milestone, tour our facilities, visit with old friends, and meet new ones. Of course there will be a cake! Information will be updated and available on our web site at www.ovwsg.com.
Our Canada, Your Inspiration, Eden United Church,
3051 Battleford Rd., Mississauga, Ont.,