Saturday, May 2, 2020
Stubenitsky Code Study Group Show & Tell
Zoom Virtual Meeting
This year's study group has been digging into the Stubenitsky Code and the members have been doing a LOT of weaving! Join us for this 10:00 a.m. Zoom presentation to see what everyone's accomplished! Members of the Guild have received the meeting ID and password, but we welcome guests to attend our virtual meetings! You can email us at email@example.com, let us know you want to attend and we will forward the meeting information to you.
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2020 - May President's Message
The Passing of the Shuttle
Well, the term for my President’s leadership role has come to an end, and I am so happy to be passing the ceremonial President’s Shuttle (sometimes known as the Golden Shuttle) to Laura Herriott! She is going to be a great leader for our group as we move forward in these uncertain times. I will still have a few roles for the guild (webmaster, co-chair for workshops, social media chair – anyone want to take a job, let me know ;-), and will continue working closely with Laura and the rest of the board.
Looking back, I reflect on being an active member of this guild since around 1978. Whether you have been in the guild for decades like I have, or have just come to our group, my DH&SG friendship are some of the longest and deepest relationships I have. We continue to share and grow with each other, in the knowledge of our passion for weaving, spinning, and dyeing, as well as in our personal lives.
We need each other now more than ever, and I want you to rest assured that the new board for 2020-2021 is going to work hard to plan events for the future, while staying flexible to meet the criteria set out for gatherings as we understand best practices to keep ourselves safe from COVID-19. BUT, we have broken the virtual reality barrier with our Zoom gatherings, and will explore ways to stream or project general meetings (if they are physical) in a virtual way so members can have an option of how they attend.
Stay safe and work out frustrations at the loom or wheel. If ANYONE needs anything, do not hesitate to reach out to us for practical or emotional support! Take care of yourselves, out there!