There will be a silent auction at the February general meeting for those members who admired and would like to own one of the creative aprons worn by the Arts Outings interest group at the recent luncheon.
The unique table centrepieces from the luncheon will be on display at the meeting as well.
Congratulations to the Arts Outings Interest Group for hosting the successful January Luncheon. The creativity of the group was evident in the arts-themed aprons worn by the servers and the table centrepieces. Each of the centrepieces represented a Canadian woman in the Arts. It was our task to examine the displays and use the accompanying clues try to determine the identity of our artist/author/musician.
We were entertained by some of the talented students of the Michael Faulkner School of Music who performed a variety of vocal and piano solos and duets.
The quilt/scrapbook group meets twice a month and enjoys seeing the works in progress and finished items produced by its members.
Read the World Lunch – After enjoying a lovely lunch hosted by Anne Lanning we had a lively discussion about the clothing industry in reference to the book, “The Coat Route” by Meg Lukens Noonan.