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SKAGIT VALLEY
WEAVERS' GUILD
Meeting



2nd Monday of the month
September through June
On a Zoom meeting
Contact membership if
interested in attendingn
Social: 6:00pm
General Meeting: 6:30pm

Skagit Valley Weavers Guild

Important Notice

The byword for the 2021/2022 year is "Flexibility". At the time of this writing, June 2021, all we know is that we don′t know. We don′t know when we will be able to meet in person again. We will be governed by both Washington state′s requirements and those of the church where we meet. Many presenters are unwilling to book travel at this time and prefer to meet via zoom. Given those constraints we hope to see our members in person this fall sometime. We are planning for an in-person workshop next April. Between our hopes and our plans please be prepared to be flexible. In the meantime the CDC says it is safe to meet in small vaccinated groups. Accordingly, we are providing grants of up to $100 per group for up to 10 study groups. If you have an interest in studying a spinning or weaving topic, gather a group of like-minded souls and apply for a grant for books and materials. If you can, get vaccinated, wear a mask, and wash your hands frequently.

Yours Warped,
Annette R. Mentzer, President



Skagit Valley Weavers' Guild

The Skagit Valley Weavers' Guild (SVWG) is an active, friendly and fun group of weavers, spinners and general fiber fanatics. Our group includes all levels of weavers and spinners from those just learning to those who have been practicing and teaching for years. We welcome all. We meet the second Monday of the month, September through June, at the Allen Methodist Church in Bow, Washington. We gather for social time and use of the library at 6:00, general meeting for business begins at 6:30 followed by a program on various fiber topics of interest. Please join us for fiber fun.

Skagit Valley Weavers' Guild is affiliated with the Association of Northwest Weavers' Guilds (ANWG)