The Guild meets monthly, on the third Tuesday of the month, September through June, in the gymnasium at Sacred Hearth Church. See directions to the meeting below or click here for google map.
Guests are always welcome.
The meetings officially start at 7pm and end at about 9pm, but members are encouraged to come earlier to sign in, use the library, and to check out what else is available during any given month.
- Guild Business
- Show & Tell
- Tea/Coffee during the Break
- Trunk Show/Activity
Upcoming Speakers for the General Meeting
Berene Campbell, creator of Happy Sew Lucky patterns and kits, will be presenting her trunk show on paper piecing. Berene is formally trained as a graphic designer, and will be sharing her story, “Finding Cracks of Light in the Darkness.”
Margie Davidson is joining us to share her work as a colour theorist, quilt artist and surface designer. Her love of colour is joyfully expressed through the fabrics she paints and the quilts she creates. Margie will be presenting a trunk show on Colour Theory.
Checklist of What to Bring To Meetings
- 2018/2019 Membership card
- Library books
- Name tag
- Show and Tell items
- Coffee/tea mug
- Charity quilts – Quilts of Valour, Comfort quilts and Baby quilts & toques
- Cheque book/cash for the 50/50 draw and workshop registrations
- Notebook and pen/pencil
- D.O.V.E. cloth bags
Directions to the Meeting
Go southbound through the Massey Tunnel.
Take 2nd exit, exit #28 – as though you are going to B.C. Ferries.
You are now on Hwy. 17A. Stay in the right hand lane.
Continue to 1st set of lights, which is Ladner Trunk Road (There is a big pedestrian crossway over top) and turn right.
Continue through 5 sets of lights. Turn left at Arthur Drive. Pass through the stop light at 44th. Keep going straight until you see the Sacred Heart School and church on your left. Our meeting hall is in the old gym on the south side of the church, sort of at the back. Doors open at 6:30.
Turn in this driveway at south entrance of the Sacred Hearts School Property.
We meet at the end of the large building to the rear of this photo.