Monday, September 9, 2013

 


Yarmouth & Acadian Shores

 8th Annual

Craft Splash

Full Schedule of Events
& Workshop Guide

From September 25th
until
 September 29th, 2013




Schedule of Events

Display of Crafts Donated for the Silent Auction,
(See below Sept 28th) Th' YARC, 76 Parade St., Sept. 1st - 27th

EXHIBIT OF HAND CARVED SONG BIRDS
25 song birds carvings by Richard d'Entremont as well as a video describing his talents, Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos, (Hwy 103, Exit 31, # 898 Rte. 335), West Pubnico 902 762-3380 Wednesday , September 25 - to Friday, September 27 , 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
ADMISSION







Thursday, September 26 – Pubnico Day


1:30 – 3:30 p.m. Acadian Craft Demonstrations
demonstrations of traditional skills by Friends of the Museum, Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos (Hwy 103, Exit 31, # 898 Rte. 335), West Pubnico 902 762-3380
FREE ADMISSION

Rug hooking- Dorothy Cameron, Rolande d`Entremont, Muriel Nickerson, Odette Rohland
Knitting – Carmelita d`Entremont, Annette d`Entremont
Quilting – Friends of the Museum
Crochet Jean d`Eon
Tatting Gloria d`Entremont
Candle wicking – Marie d `Entremont
Paper quilling – Sue Forman
Photo display – Wayne d’Entremont
Card making – Dot Newell
Display of Baskets – Arthur d`Entremont
Couverture crazyJeanne Amirault
Star Pot holder - Jeannine d`Eon
Jam – Gooseberry, yellow and red plum jams
Display of bags - Friends of the Museum
Display of English Paper piecing, Braided rugs, Crochet rugs, Red Work – etc.


Friday, September 27 - Pubnico Day

Crafts of Yesteryear
Le Village historique acadien de la N.-É.
Lower West Pubnico 762-2530

See demonstrations of early 1900’s crafts in an authentic period setting. The interpreters and volunteers at Le Village historique acadien will greet you in their homes and buildings and you will be astounded by the ingenuity of our autonomous ancestors.

SPECIAL ADMISSION $3.00 PER PERSON
5 YEARS & UNDER - FREE

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.              -blacksmithing demonstration
-rose-hip sweets (to taste)
-rug hooking
-basket weaving
-tatting
-dory making
-net and lobster pot-head knitting
-lobster pegs

10 a.m. - 12 a.m.               -candle making (make yourself one)
-braided rugs
                                                -lobster pots     

1 p.m. – 3 p.m.                  -quilting
-spinning
                                                -lecture on fish preserving and glue from fish scales







Saturday, September 28 – Yarmouth Day

CRAFT SAMPLER
FREE ADMISSION

10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Nova Scotia Community College Burridge Campus auditorium, Pleasant Street, Yarmouth. Young and old, here’s your chance to try your hand at crafts under the guidance of an experienced craftsperson:

Chair caning – Nicole Berlinguet
Delft clay casting (pewter) – John Hood
Drum making – Ron Surette
Driftwood carving – Jurgen Schenk
Felting rocks – Alice Pedersen
Fibre preparation (picking wool, carding, spinning, and beginning knitting) – Paula Smith
Glass painting - Jane Allain
Hand quilting – Susan Surette
Hooking – Elaine Howatt, Ann Durkee and Fellow Hookers
Making Moppies – Madeleine Daues
Machine embroidery – Kristanne Chandler
Knitting pot heads – Ulysses Cottreau
Paper flower making – Jean Scott
Pottery wheel work – Michael Morris
Weaving, regular and inkle looms – Nancy Hood
Weaving rope floor mats – Heidi Schenk
Wire wrapped beach glass jewellery – Holly Morton
Wood burning – Lenn Burkitt

Special attraction – Demonstrations:
Bobbin lace by Karen (Ellis) Russell
Ships in bottles by Ivan Blades

Also at the Craft Sampler:
Food concession - Highland Baker will be offering tasty delights, light lunches and beverages during the day. Marvelous muffins, yummy cookies and a selection of delicious sandwiches, savory pastries and fresh salads as well as coffee, tea, water and juices will be offered.
Gluten free products will be available as well.
Kids area
Live music provided by Graham Benvie and Frank Reeves
Chance to win a door prize, a basket of handcrafts!
·          
SILENT AUCTION, 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.,
Fund raiser for the Craft Splash featuring unique handcrafted items.




PAPER CRAFT FALL FAIR

Saturday, September 28th, 2013


 10:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Brooklyn Hall in Yarmouth
Come join us for a fun filled day of card making and scrapbooking with
CREATIVE MEMORIES
STAMPIN' UP
CLOSE TO MY HEART

Door prizes; lots of make and takes for sale, as well as used stamp sets, products and supplies.
FREE ADMISSION

For more information, please phone Elsie Ann Ryan at 742-0868 or email:
craftelady@hotmail.com
k_hdoucet@hotmail.com




Sunday, September 29 - Clare Day
Rendez - vous de la Baie Visitors Centre,
St. Anne's University, Church Point
10 am to 3 pm
902-769-2345 (visitor information)
FREE ADMISSION
Traditional hay wagon and dump cart on display, and barrel repair, Acadiens Métis Souriquois

Fiddle woodcarving - Jamie Thibault
Wire wrapping jewelry - Angel Flanagan
Printmaking (interactive) - Sheila LeBlanc
Medicine bags - Klaus Heinze
Driftwood sculpture - Ken Power
Quilt Guild - artist to be confirmed
With traditional Acadian music at lunch (12-1 pm)
www.rendezvousdelabaie.com



CRAFT SPLASH WORKSHOPS 2013

Please note: Pre-registration is required. Phone Th' YARC (902) 742-8150.
Workshop fees payable upon registration.

Wednesday, September 25

Making a Penny Mat                                              
Minimum 2 - Maximum 10
Learn how to make a small Penny mat, stitches needed, backing, and a little history.
Time:  6 pm to 9 pm
Location: 429 Lakeside Road, Yarmouth
Instructor: Ann Jones
Cost: $10 including materials

Creating a Gemstone                    
Maximum 2
Working with cutting, shaping on the grinders and polishing a Nova Scotia agate stone
Time: 10 am to 4 pm
Studio Location: 72 William Street, Yarmouth
Instructor: John Hood
Cost: $40. (Materials included)

Thursday, September 26

Learn to Knit                                                     
Maximum 6 
Time: 7 pm to 9 pm
Location: 98 Meadow Brook Drive, South Ohio
Instructor: Paula Smith
Cost: $30. (Materials included)

Introduction to Clay                                          
Maximum 5
Time:  7 pm to 9 pm
Location: At the Sign of the Whale Pottery Studio, Dayton, Yarmouth Co.
Instructor: Michael Morris
Cost: $25 (Materials included)     Wear old clothes






Friday, September 27

Wire Wrapping Beach Glass Jewellery                                                                                 
Maximum 8
Time: 1 to 3 pm
Location: Th’YARC, 76 Parade St., Yarmouth
Instructor: Holly Morton
Cost: $10.
Materials provided but participants may bring along their own broken jewellery, beach glass or other stone pieces.         
   


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The Craft Splash Committee wishes to thank the following for their financial support:

The Town of Yarmouth

The Municipality of the District of Clare

The Municipality of the District of Yarmouth

Destination Southwest Nova Association

Wednesday, August 22, 2012


YARMOUTH & ACADIAN SHORES
 

7th Annual

 

 

 

Crafts of yesterday, today and tomorrow

 

September 22 – 29, 2012

 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

 

DISPLAY OF CRAFTS DONATED FOR SILENT AUCTION (see below Sept. 22), Th’YARC, 76 Parade St., Sept. 1 – 21

 

TRADITIONS & CRAFTS IN THE FAMILY, craft work from members of extended families over time and distance, a Yarmouth Crafts Guild Exhibition,

Community Room, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia Western Branch, 341 Main St., September 7 – October 10. Open Thursday – Sunday, noon5 p.m.

 

EXHIBIT OF HAND CARVED SHORE BIRDS,

25 shore birds carvings by Richard d'Entremont as well as a video describing his talents, Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos, (Hwy 103, Exit 31, # 898 Rte. 335), West Pubnico 902 762-3380 Monday, September 24 - to Friday, September  28 , 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Admission: $3.00 per person - (12 years & under FREE)

 

Saturday, September 22 – YARMOUTH DAY

 

CRAFT SAMPLER

 

10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Nova Scotia Community College Burridge Campus auditorium, Pleasant Street, Yarmouth. Your chance to try your hand at crafts, old and new, under the guidance of an experienced craftsperson:

  • 3-D digital modeling – Dawn Morris
  • Card making – Sherry Muise
  • Chair caning – Nicole Berlinguet
  • Driftwood carving – Juergen Schenk
  • Drum making – Ron Surette
  • Dying wool fabric – Diane Reber and Ann Jones
  • Dying silk for children and creative play
  • Hooking – Marilyn Burns
  • Hand embroidery – Marian White
  • Knitting for beginners – Paula Smith
  • Making moppies – Madeleine Daues and Angela Collier
  • Needle felting a picture – Ann Jones
  • Pottery wheel work – Michael Morris
  • Quilting – Dorothy Mullen
  • Scrap booking – Karen Doucet and Elsie Ryan
  • Ships in bottles – Ivan Blades
  • Spinning – Paula Smith
  • Weaving – Gwen Hewey Parsons
  • Weaving bracelets & belts on an inkle looms – Nancy Hood
  • Weaving rope floor mats – Heidi Schenk
  • Wire wrapped beach glass jewellery – Holly Morton
  • Wood burning – Lenn Burkitt

 

Special attraction: Demonstration of BOBBIN LACE by Karen (Ellis) Russell

 

Also:

  • on site food concession
  • kids area
  • live music provided by Graham Benvie and Frank Reeves
  • last chance to sign up for Craft Splash workshops (see below)
  • earn certificates
  • chance to win a door prize, a basket of hand crafts!

 

FREE ADMISSION

 

  • 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. SILENT AUCTION, Nova Scotia Community College Burridge Campus auditorium, Pleasant Street, Yarmouth.

           Fund raiser for the Craft Splash – unique hand crafted items

 

 

Sunday, September 23 Yarmouth Day

 

11 a.m. – 2 p.m. KNIT OUT & YARN BOMBING with members of the Knitting Guild. All knitters welcome! Take a stitch on our giant knitting needles, size 80 mm! Yarmouth Light, Cape Forchu.

 

 

2 p.m. and 4 p.m. GUIDED TOUR of ‘TRADITIONS & CRAFTS IN THE FAMILY’, craft work from members of extended families over time and distance, a Yarmouth Crafts Guild exhibition. Community Room, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia Western Branch, 341 Main St. Admission by donation.

 

Monday, September 24 Yarmouth Day

 

12 noon – 6 p.m. 18th CENTURY CAP MAKING demonstration with David Olie

1 – 5 p.m. SHIPS IN BOTTLES demonstration with Ivan Blades and WIRE WRAPPED BEACH GLASS demonstration with Holly Morton, Visitor Information Centre, 228 Main St., Yarmouth

 

Tuesday, September 25 Clare Day

 

10 a.m. – 3 p.m. FIDDLE WOODCARVING demonstration with Jamie Thibault

WIRE WRAPPED JEWELLERY demonstration with Angel Flanagan

TRADITIONAL HAY WAGON ON DISPLAY, Acadiens Métis Souriquois

BASKET WEAVING, artist to be confirmed

QUILT GUILD, artist to be confirmed

And more.

with TRADITIONAL  ACADIAN MUSIC with Daniel LeBlanc

Rendez-vous de la Baie, St. Anne’s University, Church Point

 

1 – 4 p.m. RUG HOOKING demonstration with Barb Surette and Marilyn Burns, Visitor Information Centre, 228 Main St., Yarmouth

 

Wednesday, September 26, Wedgeport Day

 

At  Wedgeport Tuna Museum, Route # 334, 57 Tuna Wharf Road, Lower Wedgeport 663-4345

1 – 4 p.m. Demonstrations:

Mildred Cottreau - Soap Making

Judith Jacquard and Jacqueline Boudreau - Quilting

Rose Atkinson - Knitting

Betty Robbins - Cross Stitch

Eileen Pothier - Crochet

Ernie Pothier - Bobber Bags

Ulysses Cottreau - Knitting Pot Heads

Shelley Nickerson - Candle Making

Dianna Reber - Rug Hooking

James LeBlanc – Old fashioned hay cart making

 

10 a.m. – 5 p.m. demonstrations in MACHINE EMBROIDERY AND QUILTING demonstration with Kristanne Chandler, Visitor Information Centre, 228 Main St., Yarmouth.

 

 

 

Thursday, September 27, Pubnico Day

 

11a.m. – 3 p.m. SPINNING demonstration with Gwen Hewey Parsons and SHORT ROW KNITTING demonstration with Ann Jones, Visitor Information Centre, 228 Main St., Yarmouth

 

1:30 – 3:30 p.m. Acadian Craft Demonstrations

     BRAIDED RUGS with Jean d’Entremont

     TATTING with Gloria d’Entremont

     RED WORK with Cecile d’Entremont

     ENGLISH PAPER PIECING with Paulette Surette

     CANDLE WICKING with Marie d’Entremont

     HOOKED RUGS with Dorothy Cameron

     CROCHET, QUILTING, KNITTING demonstrations of traditional skills by Friends of the Museum, Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos (Hwy 103, Exit 31, # 898 Rte. 335), West Pubnico 902 762-3380 FREE

 

Friday, September 28, Pubnico Day

 

Le Village historique acadien de la N.-É.

Lower West Pubnico 762-2530

 

Crafts of Yesteryear. Demonstrations of early 1900’s crafts in an authentic period setting. The interpreters and volunteers at Le Village historique acadien will greet you in their homes and buildings.  You will be astounded by the ingenuity of our autonomous ancestors.

 

9 a.m. to 5 p.m. - quilting bee, rug hooking, basket weaving

 

9 a.m. - 12 a.m. - rose-hip sweets, tatting, toys, candy, braided rugs

                             - blacksmithing demonstration

                             - rope fenders, lobster pots & heads          

 

1 p.m. - 5pm       - paper piecing quilt top, spinning, braided rugs, candle making (make yourself one)

                             - lobster pegs, fish preserving, glue from fish scales, glass

                       bobbers Our Craft Splash showcases the art of preparing for fishing. Amongst all the time consuming work was knitting pot heads and making bait bags. After the fish was caught, and salted, the fish had to be meticulously prepared for shipping. Each bone was picked out by hand,.

   

 

10 a.m. – 2 p.m. WOOD CARVING demonstration with Lenn Burkitt and DRIFTWOOD SCULPTURE demonstration with Jurgen Schenk, Visitor Information Centre, 228 Main St., Yarmouth

 

Saturday, September 29, OPEN STUDIO DAY

 

For each studio you visit on this day you are eligible to enter a draw for a $50.00 gift certificate. Draw will be October 2. Certificate must be spent at one of the participating studios by December 1, 2012.

 

10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the following studios:

 

Isao Sanami Morrill, pottery, Church Point, turn inland on Patrice Rd. (sign to Concession and Corberrie), left on Boudreau Branch Rd. (# 27), 769-0196

 

Denton Ford, wood turning, 133 Richmond Road (Take Exit 33 off Hwy. 101 or turn inland from Port Maitland), 649-2363

 

Juergen Schenk, driftwood carving, 565 Cedar Lake Rd. (Take Exit 33 off Hwy. 101, turn inland, go for 1 km. Turn left at ‘Lake George/Camp Peniel’ sign onto the Woodstock Rd., right turn on Cedar Lake Rd., 649-3134

 

Morris Pottery Studio, Michael & Frances Morris, 543 Hwy. 1, Dayton (location of At the Sign of the Whale Nova Scotia Crafts and Art Gallery), 742-8895

 

Tin Pot Textiles, knitting and rug hooking, Ann Jones, 429 Lakeside Rd., Dayton, 742-1978

        

Dayton Fabrics, quilting, Dianna Thibeau and Donna Blandin, 261 Hwy. 1, Dayton, 742-6363

 

K & K Fashion Designer, pattern making from measurements, Kim Nguyen,

610 Main St., Yarmouth

 

Hands On Crafts, wood carving, Lenn Burkitt, 314 Main St., Yarmouth,

742-3515

 

Designs by Nhung, designing custom made clothing with samples, Nhung Nguyen, 262 Main St., Yarmouth

 

Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos, West Pubnico, hooked rugs, braided rugs, crochet, knitting, tatting, quilting, red work, 898 hwy. 335, West Pubnico, 762-3380

 

9 a.m. – 1 p.m. BEADING demonstration with Pat Pero, Farmer’s Market, 15 Hawthorne St., Yarmouth

 

10 a.m. – 5 p.m. MODEL SHIP BUILDING demonstration with John Hood, Visitor Information Centre, 228 Main St., Yarmouth

 

 

 

CRAFT SPLASH WORKSHOPS 2012

 

Please note:

  • Pre-registration required. Phone Th’YARC (902)742-8150 or the Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos (902)762-3380.
  • There will also be registration at the Craft Sampler on Sept. 22 for these workshops.
  • Workshop fees payable upon registration.

 

 

 

Sunday September 23

 

Knitting a Catnip Mouse!                                                 Maximum 6 

Time: 10 am to 4 pm

Location: 98 Meadow Brook Drive, South Ohio, Yarmouth Co.

Instructor: Paula Smith

Cost: $40. (Materials and Lunch included)

Participants should have basic knitting skills

 

 

Tuesday September 25

 

Rug Hooking for Beginners                   Min.2 – Max.7

Time:  9 am to 4 pm - with a break for lunch

Location: Hands On Crafts, 314 Main Street, Yarmouth

Instructor: Ann Jones

Cost: $15 plus materials (approx. $20.)  or bring along a project you’ve started!

 

 

Introduction to Clay                   Maximum 5

Time:  7 pm to 9 pm

Location: At the Sign of the Whale Pottery Studio, Dayton, Yarmouth Co.

Instructor: Michael Morris

Cost: $25 (Materials included)    

Wear old clothes

 

 

 

Wednesday September 26

 

 

Let’s Make a Gem                           Maximum 2

Time: 9 am to 4 pm

Location: 72 William Street, Yarmouth

Instructor: John Hood

Cost: $40. (Materials included)

 

 

Thursday September 27

 

Kumihimo Bobbin Braiding for Beginners     Min. 2 - Max. 10

Learn this ancient art of braiding.  Make a bracelet or belt.

Time:  6 pm to 9 pm

Location: 429 Lakeside Road, Yarmouth

Instructor: Ann Jones

Cost: $20 including materials

Suitable for children 10 and up

 

 

Saturday Sept. 29

 

Wire Wrapping Beach Glass Jewellery                                                Maximum 8

Time: 1 to 3 pm

Location: Th’YARC, 76 Parade St., Yarmouth

Instructor: Holly Morton

Cost: $10.

Materials provided but participants may bring along their own broken jewellery, beach glass or other stone pieces.

 

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The Craft Splash Committee

wishes to thank the following

for their financial support:

 

Canadian Heritage

Destination Southwest Nova

Town of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia

Municipality of Argyle


 

YARMOUTH ET LES CÔTES ACADIENNES  

SEPTIÈME FESTIVAL ANNUEL D’ARTISANAT

Oeuvres d’artisanat d’autrefois, d’aujourd’hui et demain 

Du 22 septembre au 29 septembre 2012

CALENDRIER DES ÉVÈNEMENTS


EXPOSITION DE PIÈCES D’ARTISANAT DONNÉES POUR UNE VENTE AUX ENCHÈRES SILENCIEUSE (voir plus bas, le 22 septembre), Th’YARC; 76, rue Parade; du 1er au 21 septembre.

TRADITIONS AND CRAFTS IN THE FAMILY »
Objets d’artisanat provenant du milieu familial de plusieurs générations, Un Exposition de Yarmouth Craft Guild, Salle communitaire de la succursale ouest de la Galerie d'art de la Nouvelle-Écosse, 341 rue Main - Du 7 septembre au 10 Octobre, le jeudi et le dimanche, de midi à 17h.

EXPOSITION D’OISEAUX MARINS SCULPTÉS À LA MAIN,
25 canards sculptés par Richard d'Entremont ainsi qu’un vidéo qui illustre ses talents – au Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos (Autoroute 103, sortie 31; 898, Route 335) à Pubnico Ouest – Tél. : 902 762-3380 – Lundi 24 septembre et vendredi 28 septembre, de 10 h à 16 h. Entrée : 3 $ par personne (12 ans et moins : GRATUIT)

Samedi 22 septembre – Journée de Yarmouth


UN ÉCHANTILLON DU FESTIVAL

De 10 h à 15 h. – À l’auditorium du Nova Scotia Community College Burridge Campus, rue Pleasant à Yarmouth. Jeunes et moins jeunes, voici votre chance de faire de l’artisanat sous la direction d’artisanes et d’artisans d’expérience :
• Modelage 3-D à l’ordinateur - Dawn Morris
• fabrication de cartes de souhaits – Sherry Muise
• cannage (« caning ») de chaises – Nicole Berlinguet
• sculpture de bois échappé (« driftwood ») – Juergen Schenk
• fabrication de tambours – Ron Surette
• teinture de lainage – Diane Reber and Ann Jones
• teinture de soie pour enfants et jeu créatif
• travail au crochet – Marilyn Burns
• broderies à la main – Marian White
• apprentissage du tricot – Paula Smith
• fabrication de « moppies » – Madeleine Daues et Angela Collier
• fabrication de peinture en utilisant l’aiguille et feutre – Ann Jones
• la poterie au tour – Michael Morris
• courtepointes – Dorothy Mullen
• albums de découpures (« scrap booking ») – Karen Doucet and Elsie Ryan
• bateaux en bouteilles – Ivan Blades
• technique de filage (« spinning ») – Paula Smith
• tissage – Gwen Hewey Parsons
• tissage de bracelets & ceintures sur métier à tisser « inkle » - Nancy Hood
• tissage de tapis à cables – Heidi Schenk
• bijouterie de fantaisie avec verres de plage à la méthode de fil enroulé - Holly Morton
• brulage en bois de peintures - Lenn Burkitt

A noter: Démonstration de DENTELLE AUX FUSEAUX par Karen (Ellis) Russell

Également : Il y aura des kiosques de nourriture
• Il y aura une zone de jeux pour les enfants.
• Musique avec Graham Benvie et Frank Reeves

• Dernière chance de vous inscrire à l’un ou l’autre des ateliers du Festival (voir plus bas).

• Vous courez la chance de gagner un prix d’entrée.

ENTRÉE GRATUITE

De 10 h à 14 h 30 : VENTE AUX ENCHÈRES SILENCIEUSE – À l’auditorium du Nova Scotia Community College Burridge Campus, rue Pleasant à Yarmouth. Collecte de fonds au profit du Festival d’artisanat – Pièces uniques fabriquées à la main

Dimanche 23 septembre – Journée de Yarmouth

De 11 h à 14 h : « KNIT OUT & YARN BOMBING » avec les membres du groupe « The Knitting Guild ». Bienvenue aux tricoteurs/tricoteuses. Faites quelques points en utilisant les aiguilles de tricot géantes! Au Yarmouth Light, Cape Fourchu.

14 h à 16 h : VISITE GUIDÉE DE « TRADITIONS AND CRAFTS IN THE FAMILY », objets d’artisanat provenant du milieu familial de plusieurs générations, un Exposition de Yarmouth Craft Guild, Salle communautaire de la succursale ouest de la Galerie d'art de la Nouvelle-Écosse, 341 rue Main. Rentrée par donnés à la porte.

Lundi 24 septembre – Journée de Yarmouth

12 h à 6 h FABRICATION DE CALOTTE DU 18ième SIECLE – Démonstration par David Olie,
13 h à 17 h : BATEAUX EN BOUTEILLES – Démonstration par Ivan Blades et FABRICATION DE BIJOUTERIE AVEC LE MÉTHODE DE FIL ENROULÉ - Démonstration par Holly Morton – Centre d'information touristique, 228 rue Main à Yarmouth

Mardi 25 septembre – Journée de Clare

De 10 h à 15 h : FABRICATION DE VIOLONS EN BOIS – Démonstration par Jamie Thibault

FABRICATION DE BIJOUX EN UTILISANT LA TECHNIQUE DU FIL ENROULÉ (« wire wrapping ») – Démonstration par Angel Flanagan

EXPOSITION DE CHARRETTE à FOIN TRADITIONELLE, Acadian Métis Souriquois

TISSAGE DE PANIERS – confirmation d’artiste à venir

QUILT GUILD – confirmation d’artiste à venir Et plus

avec MUSIQUE TRADITIONELLE ACADIENNE par Daniel LeBlanc Rendez-vous de la Baie, Université Sainte-Anne, Pointe-de-l’Église

De 13 h à 16 h : TISSAGE DE TAPIS – Démonstration par Barb Surette et Marilyn Burns – Centre d'information touristique – 228, rue Main à Yarmouth

Mercredi 26 septembre – Journée de Wedgeport

à Wedgeport au Musée du thon, route 334, 57 rue du quai du Thon, Wedgeport-le-Bas; 663-4345

De 13h à 16 h : démonstrations:
Mildred Cottreau – Fabrication de savon
Judith Jacquard et Jacqueline Boudreau – Courtepointes
Rose Atkinson – Tricot
Betty Robbins – Point Croisé
Eileen Pothier - Travaux de crochet
Ernie Pothier – Sacs de Bobber
Ulysses Cottreau – Tricots pour les entrées des cages à homard
Shelley Nickerson – Fabrication de Chandelles
Dianna Reber - Tapis Crochetés
James LeBlanc – Fabrication d’une charrette à foin à l’ancienne mode

De 10 h à 17 h : BRODERIE À LA MACHINE ET COURTEPOINTE - Démonstration par Kristanne Chandler, Centre d'information touristique, 228 rue Main à Yarmouth

Jeudi 27 septembre – Journée de Pubnico

11 h à 15 h TECHNIQUE DE FILAGE (« SPINNING ») par Gwen Hewey Parsons et RANGÉE COURTE à TRICOTER par Ann Jones, Centre d'information touristique – 228, rue Main à Yarmouth.

De 13 h 30 à 15 h 30 : ARTISANAT ACADIEN
- TAPIS TRESSÉS – avec Jean d’Entremont
- DENTELLES TISSÉES avec Gloria d’Entremont
- BRODERIES DE TYPE « RED WORK » avec Cécile d’Entremont
- TECHNIQUE DU « ENGLISH PAPER PIECING » avec Paulette Surette
- BRODERIE DE TYPE « CANDLE WICKING » avec Marie d’Entremont
- TAPIS TRESSÉS avec Dorothy Cameron
- TRAVAUX DE CROCHET, COURTEPOINTE, TRICOTAGE : démonstration de techniques traditionnelles par les Amis du musée,
Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos, (Autoroute 103, sortie 31, au 898 Route 335), Pubnico Ouest; tél. : 902-762-3380
ENTRÉE GRATUITE

Vendredi 28 septembre – Journée de Pubnico
Le Village historique acadien de la N.-É,
Lower West Pubnico 762-2530

ŒUVRES D’ARTISANAT D’AUTREFOIS. Démonstration d’artisanat du début des années 1900 dans un environnement d’époque. Les interprètes et bénévoles du Village historique vous accueillent chez eux. Vous serez surpris par l’ingéniosité et le sens de l’autonomie de nos ancêtres.

De 9 h à 17 h : - courtepointes – tapis tissés – paniers tissés

De 9 h à midi : - bonbons faits à partir du fruit du rosier (« rose hip sweets »)
- dentelles tissées – jouets – bonbons – tapis tressés - démonstration de travail de forge
-défenses de cordages (« rope fenders ») – casiers à homard

De 13 h à 17 h: - technique de « paper piecing »; tissage; tapis tressés; fabrication de chandelles (faites-en une vous-mêmes!) - fabrication de chevilles à homards; techniques de conservation du poisson - fabrication de la colle en utilisant des écailles de poisson; flotteurs de verre.

Notre contribution au Féstivald’Artisanat démontre l'art de préparation à la pêche d'autrefois. Dans le temps, l'ouvrage consistait à fabriquer le tricotage nécessaire pour les pots ainsi que la fabrication des sacs d'appât. Après la pêche, le poisson fut salé et une préparation méticuleuse se faisait pour l'envoi et l'embarquement. Chaque arrêt s'enlevait à la main.

10 h à 14 h : SCULPTURE SUR BOIS Démonstration par Lenn Burkitt et SCULPTURE DE BOIS ÉCHAPPÉ (DRIFTWOOD) Démonstration par Juergen Schenk, Centre d'information touristique – 228, rue Main à Yarmout.

Samedi 29 septembre – Journée des galeries et ateliers d’art

Aujourd’hui, à chaque atelier fréquenté, vous donne droit au tirage d’un certificat–cadeau d’une valeur de 50.00$. Le tirage aura lieu le 2 octobre, 2012. Le certificat doit être dépense chez un des ateliers participants avant le 1er décembre, 2012.

10 h à 16 h aux galeries et ateliers d'art suivants:

Isao Sanami Morrill – Poterie – Pointe-de-l’Église – Au chemin Patrice, tournez vers l'intérieur des terres (panneau indicateur pour Concession et Corberrie); tournez à gauche au chemin Boudreau Branch et allez jusqu'au no 27 – Tél. : 769-0196

Denton Ford – Tournage de Bois – 133 Richmond Road (Prenez la sortie 33 sur l’autoroute no 1 ou tournez vers l’intérieur des terres de Port Maitland), 649-2363

Juergen Schenk – Sculptures de bois échappé (« driftwood »), 565 Cedar Lake Rd. (Prenez la sortie 33 sur l’autoroute no 1. Tournez vers l’intérieur des terres, roulez sur 1 km. Au panneau indicateur pour “Lake George/Camp Peniel”, tournez à gauche et prenez le chemin Woodstock. Au chemin Cedar Lake, tournez à droite. Tél. : 649-3134)

Morris Pottery Studio – Démonstration de Michael et Frances Morris, 543 autoroute no 1, Dayton (au même endroit que At the Sign of the Whale Nova Scotia Crafts and Art Gallery) – Tél. : 742-8895

Tin Pot Textiles – Articles tricotés et tapis crochetés – Démonstration par Ann Jones, 429 Lakeside Rd., Dayton, Tél. : 742-1978

Dayton Fabrics, courtepointe, Dianna Thibeau and Donna Blandin, 261 autoroute no 1, Dayton, 742-6363

K & K Fashion Designer, fabrication des patrons pour coupes et mesures différentes, Kim Nguyen, 610 rue Main, Yarmouth

Hands on Crafts, sculpture sur bois, Lenn Burkitt, 314 rue Main, Yarmouth, 742-3515

Designs by Nhung, créations de vêtements sur mesures avec échantillons, Nhung Nguyen, 262 rue Main, Yarmouth

Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos, Pubnico Ouest – Tapis crochetés et tressés, pièces tissées au crochet, tricots, dentelles tissées, courtepointes, broderies de type "redwork", au 898 route 335 à Pubnico Ouest – Tél. : 762-3380

9 h à 13 h : Démonstration de GARNITURES DE PERLES avec Pat Pero au Marché des fermiers de Yarmouth, 15 rue Hawthorne

De 10 h à 14 h 30: CONSTRUCTION DE BATEAUX EN MODÈLE RÉDUIT (« MODEL SHIP BUILDING ») – Démonstration par John Hood, Centre d'information touristique – 228, rue Main à Yarmouth

ATELIERS 2012

À noter :
- Préinscription requise – Appelez Th’YARC au (902) 742-8150 ou Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos au (902) 762-3380
• Vous pourrez aussi vous inscrire à ces ateliers au « Craft Sampler » du 22 septembre.
• Les frais de participation aux ateliers doivent être payés au moment de l’inscription.

Dimanche 23 septembre

Tricot un souris Maximum 6
De 10 h à 16 h Endroit : 98 Meadow Brook Drive, South Ohio, Yarmouth Co.
Instructrice : Paula Smith
Coût : 40 $ (les matériaux et le déjeuner sont inclus)
Participants doivent posséder une habilité du tricot.

Mardi 25 septembre

Tapis crochetés – cours de débutants Minimum : 2 personnes – Maximum : 7 personnes
De 9 h à 16 h – une pause pour le déjeuner
Endroit : Hands on Crafts; 314, rue Main, Yarmouth
Instructrice : Ann Jones
Coût : 15 $ (environ 35 $. On inclut les matériaux).
Vous pouvez aussi apporter une pièce que déjà commencée.

Introduction à l’argile Maximum : 5 personnes
De 19 h à 21 h
Endroit : Au Sign of the Whale Pottery Studio,
Dayton, comté de Yarmouth
Instructeur : Michael Morris
Coût : 25 $ (les matériaux sont inclus)
Veuillez porter de vieux vêtements.

Mercredi 26 septembre
Fabriquons des bijoux Maximum : 2 personnes
De 9 h à 16 h
Endroit : 72, rue William, Yarmouth
Instructeur : John Hood
Coût : 40 $ (les matériaux sont inclus)

Jeudi 27 septembre
L’Apprentisage de « Kumihimo Bobbin Braiding »
Apprenez cet art ancien de tresser.
Faites un bracelet ou un ceinture.
Minimum : 2 personnes – Maximum : 10 personnes
De 18 h à 21 h
Endroit : 429, Chemin Lakeside, Dayton, comté de Yarmouth
Instructrice : Ann Jones
Coût : 20 $ (les matériaux sont inclus)
Convenable pour les enfants de 10 ans et plus vieux

Samedi 29 septembre
Wire Wrapping Beach Glass Jewellery Maximum 8
13 h à 15 h
Endroit : Th’YARC, 76, rue Parade, Yarmouth
Instructrice : Holly Morton
Coût : 10 $
Les matériaux sont inclus mais participants peuvent
apporter leur bijouterie cassé, verres de plage ou autre pièces de pierre.

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Town of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia
Municipality of Argyle

Monday, September 6, 2010

Craft Splash 2011! Yarmouth and Acadian Shores/YARMOUTH ET LES COTES ACADIENNES FESTIVAL D'ARTISANAT Schedule of Activities

YARMOUTH & ACADIAN SHORES
CRAFT SPYARMOUTH & ACADIAN SHORES
6th Annual
CRAFT SPLASH
September 24 – October 1, 2011


Our three signature events:
CRAFT SAMPLER, Yarmouth, Sept. 24
CLARE DAY, Church Point, Sept. 27
SEMINAR and DISPLAY OF ART QUILTS WITH RENOWNED QUILTER LAURIE SWIM, Pubnico, Sept. 28

See Schedule below for details.


SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

DISPLAY OF CRAFTS DONATED FOR SILENT AUCTION (see below Sept. 24), Th’YARC, 76 Parade St., Sept. 1 - 23

HOOKED ON THE PAST, an exhibition of vintage hooked rugs, also rug by Dianne Fitzpatrick and Laurie Swim’s quilt “Minnie and Daffodils”, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia Western Branch, 341 Main St., September and October, Thursday – Sunday, noon – 5 p.m.

PATCHWORK PALS QUILT DISPLAY, Community Room, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia Western Branch, 341 Main St., September 29 – October 16

EXHIBIT OF HAND CARVED DABBLING DUCKS,
25 dabbling ducks carvings by Richard d’Entremont as well as a video describing his talents, Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos, (Hwy 103, Exit 31, # 898 Rte. 335), West Pubnico 902 762-3380 Sunday, September 25, noon – 5pm, Monday September 26 – Friday, Sept. 30, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Admission: $3.00 per person – (12 years & under FREE)

DOORWAYS OF YARMOUTH HOOKING, a Yarmouth 250 project of the Rugg Bees and the Carpetbaggers, on display at the Nova Scotia Visitor Information Centre, 228 Main St., Yarmouth. Month of September, daily 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.


Saturday, September 24 – YARMOUTH DAY

CRAFT SAMPLER
A Craft Splash Signature Event

10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Yarmouth Consolidated Memorial High School auditorium, Parade Street, Yarmouth. Here’s your chance to try your hand at crafts, old and new, under the guidance of an experienced craftsperson:
• Buoy carving – Michelle Sutherland
• Card making – Dot Newell and friend
• Chair caning – Nicole Berlinguet
• Driftwood carving – Juergen Schenk
• Drum making – Ron Surette
• Floor cloths – Maggie Schmidt Mandell
• Hooking – Marilyn Burns
• Hand embroidery – Marian White
• Inkle looms – Nancy Hood
• Jewellery design – Annie Harding
• Knitting – Doris Cooke
• Knitting with beads – Ann Jones
• Learn to knit – Paula Smith
• Machine needle felting embellishments – Marian White
• Origami – Holly Morton and Nick Nichols
• Pottery wheel work – Michael Morris
• Quilting – Barbara Cain
• Scrap booking – Karen Doucet
• Spinning – Doris Cooke
• Spinning with a drop spindle – Dawn Morris
• Weaving – Gwen Hewey Parsons
• Weaving willow – Ivan Blades
• Wire wrapped jewellery – Holly Morton
• Wood carving – Bruce Jacquard
No charge!
Also:
• on site food concession
• kids area
• live music provided by Graham Benvie and Friends
• last chance to sign up for Craft Splash workshops (see below)
• earn certificates
• chance to win a door prize
FREE ADMISSION

10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. SILENT AUCTION, Yarmouth Consolidated Memorial High School auditorium, Parade Street, Yarmouth. Fund raiser for the Craft Splash – hand crafted items
FREE ADMISSION

10 a.m. – 4 p.m. GLASS BEAD MAKING demonstration with Susan Hood, Visitor Information Centre, 228 Main St., Yarmouth


Sunday, September 25 – OPEN STUDIO DAY
12 noon – 5 p.m. at the following studios:

Jamie’s Carvings & Good Nature Photography, hard wood carvings, sculptures, portraits, framed photography, beach glass sun catchers & jewelry, all handmade in Clare, Jamie Thibault & Angel Flanagan, 52 Dot Rd., Grosses-Coques, 837-7722

La Petite Galerie, hand building and sculpture in porcelain clay, Denise Robicheau, 2224 Hwy. 1, Grosses-Coques, 769-0132

Isao Sanami Morrill, pottery, Church Point, turn inland on Patrice Rd. (sign to Concession and Corberrie), left on Boudreau Branch Rd. (# 27), 769-0196

Juergen Schenk, driftwood carving, 565 Cedar Lake Rd. (Take Exit 33 off Hwy. 101, turn inland, go for 1 km. Turn left at ‘Lake George/Camp Peniel’ sign onto the Woodstock Rd., right turn on Cedar Lake Rd., 649-3134

Foggy Top Farm, woodworking and costuming, Bradley Gould, and jewellery, Annie Harding, 424 Lake Darling Road, Short Beach, 749-1435

Morris Pottery Studio, Michael & Frances Morris, 543 Hwy. 1, Dayton (location of At the Sign of the Whale Nova Scotia Crafts and Art Gallery), 742-8895

Tin Pot Textiles, knitting and rug hooking, Ann Jones, 429 Lakeside Rd., Dayton, 742-1978

Susan Hood Studio, glass bead making, 14 Elm St., Yarmouth, 742-1213

Acadian Glass, glass art, Brenda Doucette & Charles Deveau, 357 Main St., Yarmouth, 742-4308

Le’s Fashions, embroidery, Marian White, 12 Kirk Street, Yarmouth, 742-9495

Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos, West Pubnico, hooked rugs, braided rugs, crochet, knitting, tatting, quilting, red work, 898 hwy. 335, West Pubnico, 762-3380

1 – 5 p.m. SHIPS IN BOTTLES demonstration with Ivan Blades, Visitor Information Centre, 228 Main St., Yarmouth


Monday, September 26 Yarmouth Day

10 a.m. – 1 p.m. FIBRE FEST including KNITTING, CARDING, SPINNING, AND RUG HOOKING with members of the Knitting Guild and guest sheep Nephretiti. Take a stitch on our giant knitting needles, size 80 mm! Yarmouth Light, Cape Forchu.

10 a.m. – 4 p.m. WOODTURNING demonstration with Denton Ford and DRIFTWOOD SCULPTURE with Juergen Schenk, Visitor Information Centre, 228 Main St., Yarmouth

Afternoon – JEWELLERY MAKING demonstration with Annie Harding, Yarmouth Waterfront Gallery, 90 Water St.


Tuesday, September 27 Clare Day

A Craft Splash Signature Event

9 am - 3 pm MI'KMAQ BASKET WEAVING with Thomas Saulnier

10 am - 3 pm FIDDLE WOODCARVING DEMONSTRATION with Jamie Thibault
& LIVE MUSIC on new outdoor stage (weather permitting).

10 am - 3 pm WIRE WRAPPING with Angel Flanagan

12 noon - 2 pm QUILT GUILD with Joan Tufts
Rendez-vous de la Baie, St. Anne’s University, Church Point


9 a.m. – 5 p.m. MODEL SHIP BUILDING demonstration with John Hood, Visitor Information Centre, 228 Main St., Yarmouth


Wednesday, September 28, Wedgeport Day

At Wedgeport Tuna Museum, Route # 334, 57 Tuna Wharf Road, Lower Wedgeport 663-4345
1 – 4 p.m. Demonstrations in RUG HOOKING with Dianna Reber, FLOOR CLOTHS with Maggie Schmidt-Mandell, KNITTING POT HEADS with Ulysses Cottreau, QUILTING with Judith Jacquard, PAINTING with Rose Marie Boudreau, KNITTING with Annette LeBlanc

12 noon – 2 p.m. WOOD CARVING AND WIRE WRAPPED RINGS with Jamie Thibault, Visitor Information Centre, 228 Main St., Yarmouth
2 – 5 p.m. RUG HOOKING demonstration with Barb Surette and Marilyn Burns, Visitor Information Centre, 228 Main St., Yarmouth


Wednesday, September 28 in Pubnico

2 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. CALLIGRAPHY, the art of fancy lettering, demonstration by Roseline LeBlanc, Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos (Hwy 103, Exit 31,
# 898 Rte. 335), West Pubnico. FREE


“THE COMMUNITY BUILT QUILT”
Community art projects with volunteers for social activism and historical record.
A SEMINAR and DISPLAY OF ART QUILTS WITH RENOWNED QUILTER LAURIE SWIM
A Craft Splash Signature Event

6:30 p.m., Centre de Pombcoup West Pubnico Fire Hall, across from the Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos (Hwy 103, Exit 31, # 897 Rte. 335)
Cost: $ 10.00 per person. Registration is advised.
For more info on the art quilter: http://www.laurieswim.com/art_quilt_artist.html
Quilt gallery : http://www.laurieswim.com/Quilt%20Gallery/album/index.html

Laurie Swim has worked as an artist for more than 35 years developing unique and innovative treatments to fashion her imagery in textiles with fabric and thread. As a significant contribution and use of this medium, she has shared her art form and practice with others to create meaningful public art. She has also written three books, two published internationally, on quilt art. The Joy of Quilting with an Introduction by Alex Colville, 1984, made her an early leader in this field. Laurie’s third book, Rags to Riches: The Quilt as Art with an introduction by Mary Pratt was published in Canada in the fall, 2007.

Because her primary medium is fabric, Laurie has had a unique opportunity to combine fine art and public advocacy. Her large-scale works, completed with the help of volunteers from the community, are aesthetically significant; and by participating in the process of production, people are able to express their deeply felt concerns and remembrance. The resulting art is not only a celebration of the creativity of a community but it becomes an effective means of bringing the issues to public attention and instituting cultural change.


Thursday, September 29, Pubnico Day

10 a.m. – 4 p.m. MACHINE EMBROIDERY AND BASIC SEWING demonstration with Kristanne Chandler, Visitor Information Centre, 228 Main St., Yarmouth.

1:30 – 3:30 p.m. Acadian Crafts – BRAIDED RUGS with Jean d’Entremont, TATTING with Gloria d’Entremont, RED WORK with Cecile d’Entremont, ENGLISH PAPER PIECING with Paulette Surette, CANDLE WICKING with Marie d’Entremont, HOOKED RUGS with Dorothy Cameron, CROCHET, QUILTING, KNITTING demonstrations of traditional skills by Friends of the Museum, Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos (Hwy 103, Exit 31, # 898 Rte. 335), West Pubnico 902 762-3380 FREE


Friday, September 30, Pubnico Day

CRAFTS OF YESTERYEAR, demonstrations of early 1900’s crafts in an authentic period setting. The interpreters and volunteers at Le Village historique will greet you in their homes and buildings. You will be astounded by the ingenuity of our autonomous ancestors.

9 a.m. to 5 p.m. – THE IRON IS HOT! Blacksmithing demonstration; quilting bee; rug hooking; basket weaving

9 a.m. – 12 a.m. – rosehip sweets, tatting, toys, candy, braided rugs
- rope fenders, lobster pots & heads

1 p.m. – 5pm - paper piecing quilt top, spinning, braided rug, pickling, candle making (make yourself one)
- lobster pegs, fish preserving, glue from fish scales, glass bobbers
Le Village historique acadien de la N.-É., Lower West Pubnico, 762-2530



Saturday, October 1, Yarmouth Day

12 noon – 4 p.m. Demonstrations in WOODTURNING with Denton Ford, DRIFTWOOD SCULPTURE with Juergen Schenk, SPINNING with Gwen Hewey Parsons, MAKING A CELTIC SILVER CHAIN with John Hood and BEADING DESIGN AND HISTORY with Annie Harding, Th’YARC, 76 Parade St.

12 noon – 5 p.m. QUILTING BEE AND DISPLAY OF QUILTS with the Patchwork Pals Quilt Guild, A great opportunity to ask questions as well try your hand at quilting. Refreshment will be served. Art Gallery of Nova Scotia Western Branch, 341 Main St., 749-2248

12 noon – 5 p.m. KNITTING WITH BEADS demonstration with Ann Jones, Visitor Information Centre, 228 Main St., Yarmouth

1 pm to 4 pm BOBBIN LACE hands on demonstration, conference, video presentation with Caron Wood from Dartmouth, Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos, West Pubnico (Hwy 103, Exit 31, # 898 Rte. 335), Phone 762-3380 for info., Cost: $5.

WORKSHOPS 2011

Please note: Pre-registration required. Phone Th’YARC (902)742-8150 . There will also be registration at the Craft Sampler on Sept. 24 for these workshops. Workshop fees payable upon registration.

For the Pubnico workshops phone 762-3380.


Monday, September 26

Rug Hooking for Beginners Min.2 – Max.6
Time: 9 am to 4 pm
Location: Hands On Crafts, 314 Main Street, Yarmouth
Instructor: Ann Jones
Cost: $15 plus materials (approx. $50.)
or bring along a project you’ve started!

Mesh Bag Maximum 5
Time: 10 am to 4 pm
Location : Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos
Phone 762-3380 to pre-register.
Instructor: Jeannine d’Eon
Cost: $30. (Materials included)


Tuesday, September 27

Introduction to Clay Maximum 5
Time: 7 to 9 pm
Location: At the Sign of the Whale Pottery Studio, Dayton, Yarmouth Co.
Instructor: Michael Morris
Cost: $24 (Materials included) Wear old clothes


Crochet Granny Square Maximum 10
Time: 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm
Location: Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos
Phone 762-3380 to pre-register.
Instructor: Margie Rogers
Cost: $5. (Materials included)



Quilting Workshop Maximum 15
Split nine Patch Windmills
Time: 1 pm – 4pm
Location: Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos
Phone 762-3380 to pre-register
Instructor: Jean à Paul d’Entremont
Cost: $20. (Materials not included)


Wednesday, September 28

Let’s Make a Gem Maximum 2
Time: 9 am to 4 pm
Location: 72 William Street, Yarmouth
Instructor: John Hood
Cost: $40. (Materials included)


Knitting with Beads Maximum 5
Time: 1 pm to 4 pm
Location: Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos
Phone 762-3380 to pre-register.
Instructor: Ann Jones
Cost: $10. (Materials included)


Weave a Belt (Inkle loom weaving) Maximum 6
Time: 6 – 9 pm
Location: 72 William Street, Yarmouth
Instructor: Nancy Hood
Cost: $25. (Materials included).


Thursday, September 29

Jewellery Making Maximum 10
Time: 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm
Location: Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos
Phone 762-3380 to pre-register.
Instructor: Dorothy Cameron
Cost: $9. (Materials included)
Please bring a container.


Knitting with Beads Maximum 5
Time: 1 pm to 4 pm
Location: Hands On Crafts, 314 Main Street, Yarmouth
Instructor: Ann Jones
Cost: $10. (Materials included)


Friday, September 30

Gift Box Wrapping Maximum 6
Time: 1 pm to 2:30pm
Location: Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos
Phone 762-3380 to pre-register.
Instructor: Dot d'Entremont
Cost: $5. (Materials included)
Please bring adhesive, scissors, cutter and scorer


Saturday, October 1

Clay Work for Children – for ages 8 to 12 years Maximum 3
Time: 10 am to 11:30 am
Location: Pottery & Art Studio, 27 Boudreau Branch Rd., Church Point, Digby Co.
Instructor: Isao Morrill
Cost: $15. (Materials included) Wear old clothes.



Introduction to Pottery Technique – for beginners Maximum 3 Time: 2 to 4 pm
Location: Pottery & Art Studio, 27 Boudreau Branch Rd., Church Point, Digby Co.
Instructor: Isao Morrill
Cost: $25. (Materials included) Wear old clothes.

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