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Annual dues: $20.00 US
Guest donation: $3.00 US
Camarillo Quilters Association meets the second Tuesday of every month, 9:30 a.m., except August, at The Orchid Room, The Orchid Professional Building, 816 Camarillo Springs Rd., Camarillo. Info: (805) 482-2285.
Camarillo Quilters Association, Inc. was created in 1980. It is a non-profit organization whose specific purpose is to exchange ideas about quilting, offer an environment to learn new techniques and improve quilting skills, and inform the community about the history and preservation of quilts and quilt making.
Programs are held at the Wildwood Senior Center on the second Monday of each month from 7:00pm - 9:00pm. Stitch & Chatter (come and work on your own project) is held at Mtn. Maid Quilter Store on the last Monday of each month. from 11:00am - 1:00pm and 7pm - 9pm. Dues are $15 per year. We donate many quilts to community service organizations and we have a yearly Opportunity Quilt raffle.
Our purpose to two-fold. While we increase the communities appreciation of, and knowledge in, the needle arts--particularly quiltmaking--we raise funds for student scholarships and campus projects and improvements thru the creation of an annual quilt offered through an opportunity drawing.
We meet the first Saturday of the month, until April 1996, when we will begin meeting the second Saturday of every month. Our membership is open to all in the community who would like to support our goals. Guest presenters are scheduled in addition to our in-house workshops and other related activities throughout the year. Web page found at http://www.gwc.cccd.edu/MORE/FOUN/HCs/HCs.html
When: Second Tuesday of the month, from 6-8 pm Los Gatos, CA .
Monthly gathering in Loma Prieta of the textile junkies (quilters, stitchers, weavers and other textile folks). Currently our location rotates - so send mail or call for upcoming location.
snail mail: Highland Threads
PO Box 850
Los Gatos, CA 95031-0850
phone: 408/353-5607 mailbox 3
Annual dues: $15.00, Senior's $12.00
Meetings: Meetings are held the fourth Thursday of the month at 7:00 p.m. in the McFall Room of the Manteca Library, 320 W Center Stree, Manteca. No meeting is held in November and the December time and date are not yet determined.
Manteca Quilters was established in March 1979. The purposes of this organization are: to contribute to the knowledge of and to promote the appreciation of fine quilts; to sponsor and support quilting activities; to encourage quilt making and collecting; to increase the knowledge of quilting history, techniques, textiles, patterns and needlearts; and to promote the growth of quiltmakers through educational meetings, travel, and fellowship.
Members receive regular newsletters, may borrow from the club library and may attend Tuesday morning and evening open workshops, as well as, monthly weekend workshops. We have our annual quilt show the first weekend in March.
E-mail to Liz Faria at SilverStar@worldnet.att.net for more information.
When: Second Thursday of each month (excluding October)
9:00 am- Sign in and socializing
9:30 am- Meeting
Valley Quiltmakers Guild consists of 200 members of all ages, interests and abilities. We are a non-profit organization to provide education in the art and history of quiltmaking and other related fiberarts. Members enjoy speakers, challenges, workshops and many other monthly activities. We also have mini groups, an opportunity quilt,and a quilt show & auction. Guest donation $3 monthly, membership $20 yearly and newsletter only $10 yearly. For further info write PO Box 589 , Canoga Park, CA 91305 Please join us if you are in the area visiting or live in the area.
Membership in the Amador Valley Quilters is open to all who share an interest in quilting. Members enjoy monthly meetings and special events, receive a monthly newsletter, have use of an extensive library including books and patterns, and receive discounts on purchases from many of our affiliate members. We meet the second Saturday of each month at 1:30 p.m. at Pleasanton Middle School, 5001 Case Ave., Pleasanton, CA. Membership is $16 per year, seniors and students $8. Monthly newsletter - $8 per year. For more information, write to AVQ at P.O.Box 955, Pleasanton, CA 94566.
For Information please email
Friendship Guild Home Page
The guild has over 150 members with a wide variety of quilting interests. Meetings are held monthly on the second Monday of the months of September through June at the Tierra Bonita Elementary School at 14678 Tierra Bonita Road in Poway, California. (Poway is a northern suburb of San Diego) There is a nominal $3.00 guest fee for non-members. Members pay $20.00 per year for membership, which includes all activities and a monthly newsletter mailed to their home. Newsletter only memberships are available for those who are unableto attend the meetings.
Meeting room doors open at 6:00 for socializing and browsing the extensive library of rare and unusual as well as current quilting books. The program begins at 7:00 sharp! There is usually a nationally known guest speaker to present an interesting program in addition to the regular meeting events which includes "sharing" time when the members and guests share their quilting experiences adn projects with the guild. From beginner to professional, Friendship Quilters has something to offer all quilters.
Meetings: First Tuesday of every month
Where: Senior Citizen's Hall - 2290 Benton Dr. Redding, CA.
Time: 6:30 p.m. Guest Fee: $3.00
We have 247 members and have recently celebrated our 16th birthday. We have a huge Quilt Show every other year at the Civic Auditorium in Redding(1996 is our next one). Every general meeting features a new professional speaker, show 'n' tell, various raffles, an extensive library of quilt related books available for loan, refreshments, and opportunities to make quilt blocks with others in small groups. There is also lots of info about coming workshops. Annual membership dues are $20.00 which includes a monthly newsletter.
MEETINGS: Monthly except for a combined Nov./Dec. meeting date set by the board. DAY MEETINGS are held 9:30 A.M. the last Friday of the month at the Oasis Christian Fellowship Church, 304 N. 7th Street, Redlands, CA. GUEST FEE: $3.00 EVENING MEETINGS are held 6:45 P.M. the Thursday before the day meeting at Terrace View Elementary School, 22731 Grand Terrace Rd., Grand Terrace, CA. GUEST FEE:$3.00
DUES: $25.00 per year or $12.50 per 1/2 Year (Nov. 1- April 30)
For more Information write:
Citrus Belt Quilters,Inc. (CBQ)
P.O. Box 7489
Redlands, CA. 92375-0489
or e-mail Judy DeBoer firstname.lastname@example.org
Peninsula Quilters alternates day and evening meetings. We meet on the 3rd
Wednesday of every month.
In Jan, Mar, May, July, Sept, and November we meet in the morning at 9am.
In Feb, April, June, Aug, Oct, and December we meet in the evening at 7:30
Meetings are held at the San Mateo Garden Center 605 Parkside Way, San Mateo CA
Our mailing address is Peninsula Quilters PO
Box 2423 Redwood City CA 94064
Monthly meeting feature Outstanding Speakers, Demonstrations, Workshops, Slides, Films, Block of the Month Drawings, Friendship blocks, and Show and Tell
Guest admission $3.00 (except September when admission is free) Annual dues $20.00. We publish a wonderful newsletter to keep members informed of guild activities as well as happenings in the quilt world. Peninsula Quilters undertakes fundraising for organizations such as Battered Womens Services of San Mateo County and Shelter Network of San Mateo county. We also participate in community education and exhibits.
DIRECTIONS to the Garden Center:
Take Hwy 92 to the Alameda de las Pulgas exit and go south on Alameda to 26th Ave. Turn right, go one block and turn left on Ensenada Way. Go to the end--the Garden Center is across the street on Parkside.
For Information Contact: Lynda Carswell email@example.com
Our membership is currently open to the public. Your may attend any of our monthly meetings as a "guest" ($3.00 charge). This fee, along with our yearly dues ($30) contributes to our monthly guest speakers, workshops, refreshments and rental of our facility.
We offer you the opportunity too partake in minigroups, assist with our annual quilt show, and to participate in the creation of our yearly opportunity quilt.
Meetings: First Monday of each month at the AARP Building located in Atascadero at 7PM.
Almond Country Quilters is made up of over 120 quilters along the Central
Coast of California who share an interest in educating themselves and the
public about quilts. Events such as mini-quilt auctions, Christmas quilt
auctions, quilt shows, guest speakers and teachers, educational workshops
and circles bring out the best of our quilters. Through our community
quilt program we give back to the community by donating quilts to
homeless and victimized children.
For more information contact Cheryl Cramer at 805-466-3213.
The purpose of El Camino Quilters is to promote interest in all forms of quilting, to inspire and encourage quilt making, and to gain knowledge of quilting techniques, patterns, and history through education, meetings, and friendship.
Guild meetings feature a guest speaker or member-conducted demonstration, show and tell, block of the month, community service project planning, lending library, friendship blocks, challenges, round robins, opportunity quilt, pot-luck parties in July and December, and a short business section. Quilting workshops offer an opportunity for members to quilt together and learn new techniques. Basting Days are at the Oceanside Senior Center (455 Country Club Lane, Oceanside) on third Tuesdays.
El Camino Quilters Annual Quilt Show is presented in April. Quilts and garments made by our members are displayed at the historic Rancho Buena Vista Adobe in Vista.
Our membership is very friendly and supportive. Guests and new members are welcome to visit and join in our fun! Annual dues are $15.00.