Don't miss our April meeting
Our April meeting will take place on April 11th, 2013.
We will share relevant information regarding the Guild's projects and activities.
Interested in becoming a member? Contact our secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our guild room has been relocated to 245 Lakeshore Road, basement section of the Noël Legault Building while Stewart Hall is doing renovations.We have 4 looms that are set up with new projects in our temporary location. Our monthly meetings will still be held at Stewart Hall.
The Lakeshore Weavers Guild is very proud to have designed a Tartan for the City of Pointe-Claire, to commemorate our Guild's 50th anniversary, twinned with the 100th anniversary of the City of Pointe-Claire, in 2012. Our tartan has been officially recognized and is registered to Scottish Tartan Registry.
The Lakeshore Weavers promote and maintain the knowledge and practice of hand weaving through access to studio looms, library, and hands-on instruction by experienced weavers. For more information on our guild history and philosophy, please see the "About Us" tab in the Navigation section.
The guild meets on the second Thursday evening of the month (Sept-June) at the Stewart Hall Cultural Centre, 176 Lakeshore Road, in Pointe-Claire, Qc., for group meetings, "show & tell", problem solving and guest speakers on fiber subjects. For more information on our monthly meetings, please see the "Events" tab in the Navigation section.
Membership is open to all weavers who wish to participate in the guild, as per our established by-laws and membership fees. For more information or to join, please contact us.
A wide variety of team projects are undertaken regularly in our Guild room, covering a range of techniques. Results are presented during monthly meetings and offered to the public at "Open House" and Sales events. For more information on our current and past projects, please see the "Projects" tab in the Navigation section.
We thank the City of Pointe-Claire for including our guild information on the Cultural Associations page of their web site.