Quilts on Exhibit at Oyster Bay Historical Society

The Oyster Bay Historical Society’s holiday exhibition features both traditional and art quilts fromthe Society’s collections, as well as work by local quilters Pat Aitken, Dagmar Karppi, and Jacque Blocklyn. The show runs throughDecember 31 in the Society’s Angela Koenig Center at 20 Summit Street in Oyster Bay. Phone 516-922-5032, or visit oysterbayhistorical.org.

The Oyster Bay Historical Society is celebrating the holidays with a concert and open house on Saturday, December 13. The musical program, provided by the Hood Mass Choir, begins at 4:00 pm in the Hood A.M.E. Zion Church at 137 South Street in Oyster Bay. Concertgoers, and those who can’t make the concert, are then invited to join the Historical Society’s open house, from 5:00 to 7:00 pm, in the Earle-Wightman House and Koenig Center at 20 Summit Street in Oyster Bay. Food, refreshments, and good cheer are all featured.

The programs are free and open to the public. Donations to the church and to the Society are most welcome. For more information, please call the Oyster Bay Historical Society at 516-922-5032, or visit oysterbayhistorical.org

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Quilt Show at Harborfields Library

The reception for our Quilt Show at the Harborfields Library will be on Friday, December 5, from 7 – 8:30 PM. If anyone would like to bring cookies the cookies should be without chocolate. Thanks.

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December Meeting Reminders!

Our raffle quilt is BEAUTIFUL!  Remember to bring your raffle tickets to the holiday party.  You have to be in it to win it!

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Other reminders for the meeting:

Holiday Party Update:

Please provide food according to the below alphabet
A-N     Appetizers/Salads
O-Z     Desserts

We appreciate the food items you bring and would also appreciate you taking home any of your remaining food. Please bring containers/foil or whatever you need to carry your food HOME.

The following people will bring the these items.
Lucille Corbett        Ham
Kim Newton            Turkey breast, cooler with ice
Lucille Imparato     Soda
Nancy Rocker          Bottled water, cooler with ice

The following people have signed up for Hospitality and are needed to set up the room with tables, chairs, table settings, centerpieces. (all items needed will be provided for you that evening)
Set up will start at 6:00pm.
Kate Breen
Sue Boccio
Louise Burg
Elizabeth Dragone
Mary Falk
Diane Giardino
Debbie Hayde
Dee Jacobus
Kathy Kilmer
Laura Leone
Janice Lipari
Diane Marcone
Alyson Ruvel
Jean Ruvel
Peg Schroeder
Linda Thury

Centerpieces
Ginger Brockey

Everyone is expected to participate in the clean-up which includes clearing your entire table and returning the tables and chairs to the storage carts.

Please contact your quilt buddies who do not have access to e-mail and relay this message.

If you are unable to come to the Holiday Party and your name is on this list, please contact me at jnerocker@aol.com.

Looking forward to see you all and a very special evening.

Spring Fling Sign Ups!  Bring in your brown paper bag, filled with either 3 fat quarters plus a 1/2 yard of fabric OR 5 fat quarters.  This was great fun last year, and I hope many of us will participate again.

Holiday Gift Exchange – Bring a wrapped present, something new that you would like to receive, valued at $10 if you want to participate in the holiday exchange.

The Fat Quarter of the month is 1930s retros!

Operation Veronica –  donations will be accepted at the December meeting  - A message from Gilma –  My friend, Janet Godfrey, of Operation Veronica, came and picked up all the donations for the soldiers at my home. She was overwhelmed, as was I,  by your generosity. Thank you all from the bottom of my heart! Because of your donations of pillow cases, food and toiletries, men and women fighting overseas will be having a much nicer holiday this year. It means so much to these soldiers to know that people back home are thinking of them. If you forgot to bring something in and still like to donate, I can still get it to Janet. Again, my sincerest thank you and God bless you all! 

Quilt Camp will be held on March 21 at the CENTERPORT Church (where we used to meet).  If you can teach a class, please email Mickey or Pauline, and let them know!  Quilt Camp is always a great way to celebrate National Quilting Day.

On December 1, the display of our members quilts will open at Harborfields Library.  I hope to see many of you there.  The reception will be December 5, from 7:00 – 8:30 pm.  If you bring cookies, please NO chocolate.

If there are any other reminders you would like to add for the December meeting, please let me know.

Check back for updates!

 

 

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Pat Sloan at Huntington Quilters

Huntington Quilters was lucky to have Pat Sloan, nationally famous teacher, quilter, and  lecturer to come to our October meeting, where she shared her quilts, her development as a quilter and quilt designer, and most of all, her wonderful enthusiasm for quilting.

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The next day, Pat taught her “Wild and Free” applique technique, using her “MaMa’s Garden” pattern.  We all had great fun at the class, learning not to be afraid of color and choosing fabrics to form the backgrounds for the applique.  It was great fun!

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Reminders for November Meeting

NEW LOCATION – Christ Lutheran Church, 189 Burr Road, East Northport

Bring:  Items for Operation Veronica to support our military serving overseas

Quilts and forms for show at Harborfields Library

Scissors and knives, garden tools (be sure to label them!) for sharpening.  And                        money to pay him.  He’ll tell you what it will cost when he sees your items to be                      sharpened.

Fat quarter of the month is Batiks!

Speaker is Sue Reich, quilt historian 

Board and Committee Positions, starting September 2015 still open:

  • President
  • Programs
  • Webmaster

Quilt Camp, scheduled for March of 2015, needs someone to take charge.

If you can help with any of these positions, please let Pat Aitken know!

 

 

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Quilt Show at Harborfields Library

Members of the Huntington Quilt Guild will have an opportunity to showcase our quilts at the Harborfields Library during the month of December.  The quilts do NOT have to have a Christmas theme.  Judy Knorr will be collecting the quilts at our November meeting.  the maximum length of a quilt is 76″.  Please download this form, print it, fill it out, and bring the quilt and the registration form to our next meeting on November 4.

HUNTINGTON QUILTERS QUILT SHOW Entry form

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Programs for 2014 – 2015

The Guild has some terrific programs for the 2014 – 2015 year.  Here is our schedule for the year:

September, 2014:  Welcome Back Icebreaker Game, and UFO Contracts:

October 2014:  Guest Speaker Pat Sloan from Quilters Home!

November 2014:  Guest Speaker Sue Reich of the Connecticut Quilt Search Project

December 2014:  Holiday Dinner and Game

January 2015:  Pro Bono Night

February 2015:  Guest Speaker Victoria Findlay Wolfe

March 2015:  UFO Unveiling and Awards

April 2015:  It will be a surprise!

May 2015:  Nickel Exchange or Game

June 2015:  End of Year Dinner

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