With my visit to the San Francisco area successfully behind me I am now actively packing for the last travels of the year. Yes, I know – I have been been packing off and on for one trip or another since Spring. I has been a busy year and my teaching commitments are not over yet. I feel much like the cars in the picture… moving with the flow with no chance to get off the busy road…
I am off to Saskatoon to the Saskatoon Quilters’ Guild Show. The show opens on Thursday night. As a member who is not able to support many events or attend regular meetings due to my schedule, I have committed to volunteering in various capacities. I am also delivering a new presentation on Friday evening. The last I heard – there are still tickets available. My presentation is titled “Fanning the Fires of Creativity”. I put the finishing touches on the digital presentation just yesterday, today I am selecting the quilts that accompany the talk.
Sunday the trip takes me to Edmonton, where I am teaching two separate design workshops over the next two weeks. A trunk show and slide presentation takes place on Sunday, Nov. 3rd. More info on the class and the lecture can be found on the calendar page of this blog.
After Edmonton I travel to Yellowknife. The Arts and Crafts Guild invited me several months ago to teach two workshops. My design class runs from Nov. 9th – 11th (daytime). The Kantha class runs over three evenings and both have spaces open. Interested? Here is a link to the details.
From Yellowknife I head to the Okanagan region to conduct two workshops – the last I will teach in 2013. It is time to get back to packing. Check back often as I report from locations that may be less exotic than California, but fascinating none the less.