April News and Notes

Greetings all,

Argyle WI Celebrates 110 Years

A couple items in this week’s post, first the April edition of the News & Notes is available below for you to download. This will also be mailed out to members. As well a reminder to register for the in person locations for the Stitch & Sip event on April 14th. However, we are offering an option to connect for those who are not able to travel to the three locations offered. See details below News and Notes.

The April Edition of the News & Notes is now available.

  • In this issue:
  • Argyle WI Celebrates 110 Years!
  • Updates from around the province
  • Information on 2023 Provincial Convention
  • And more …

You can download the April Issue Here.

Friday, April 14th We are excited to be partnering with Athabasca University to bring you Stitch & Sip offered in three locations around Alberta.

To register for one of the In Person Locations click here

Not able to travel to an in person location but still would like to hear Dr. Jennifer Salahub’s Talk? Then Click here for the Zoom Link for this presentation.

Our Featured Speaker:

Dr. Salahub is a professor emerita from the Alberta University of the Arts (formerly ACA, ACAD) where she taught art, textile, and craft history for almost twenty years. She has an MFA in Canadian art history from Concordia University in Montreal and a PhD in Design history from the Royal College of Art in London, England. She continues to do research, publish, and lecture internationally and has been on the board of the Alberta Craft Council since 2010. Jennifer is indeed an academic but the only thing of import tonight is that her research is defined by craft, by community, and by enthusiasm. [And lest you think this might be a boring academic talk – she is a story teller and a maker – and grew up hearing stories about Adelaide Hoodless and is willing to bet she has as much fabric hidden under the bed as any of us.]

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