Robin Hood Learning Centre, Sherwood Park, AB
GUESTS WELCOME ($10.00 fee)
Welcome to the Sherwood Park Quilt Guild. Our purpose is to promote an appreciation for quilting as a traditional craft and a contemporary art form; to provide educational opportunities by presenting general meetings, speakers, workshops and other activities related to quilt making; to preserve and perpetuate the tradition of quilt making in the County of Strathcona and to encourage an appreciation of this heritage.
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Visit our Upcoming Events page to see what what's happening now.
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We meet at The Robin Hood Association Learning Centre located at 141 Broadway Boulevard, Sherwood Park, AB.
Meetings are held at this location on the second Thursday of the following months, September, October, November, December, March, April and May. A ZOOM Meeting option is available for guild members.
We will meet ON ZOOM in January and February.
June is an OUTDOOR meeting, location TBD.
Doors open at 6:30 pm, meeting starts at 7 pm.
Sherwood Park, Alberta
Each year we choose a charity to support. Our Charity Committee Head is Jodi Sutherland-Schmidt.
Members and non-members are invited to help out and/or donate supplies/quilts.
A special Thank you goes out to Northcott Fabrics and to County Clothes-Line Foundation for their generous donations in support of our many projects!
"The Strathcona Shelter Society operates an emergency shelter for women and children, a crisis and family violence information line, provides community outreach, and public education to end domestic violence in our community."
A Safe Place is looking for the following items for both children and women that come through their doors in need:
Strathcona Community Emergency Hospital.
Strathcona Community Emergency is looking for quilts for their pediatric bereavement boxes. These boxes are given to parents whose children pass away in the Emergency room from any medical issue. They like to give the family a blanket that they are able to hold their child in while they say goodbye and are able to take the blanket home with them after the event. The quilt size can be a baby quilt or a lap quilt - as they want them to be big enough to wrap around/comfort the child.