NOBO Handweavers

Category Archives: Guild Business

Anything pertaining to the NOBO Handweavers Guild.

June Meeting Minutes

NOBO Minutes June 22, 2018

Minutes March 2015

The minutes have been posted under the Minutes link and for convenience may be read here. Included are the two handouts from Terry for the LibraryThing Demo and ted for the NoBo WebSite.

NOBO Site Updates

Hi, fellow Nobonians,

This is just a note from your friendly webmaster.

I’ve been updating the software for the site and also upgraded the theme as well. I also gave it a nice woven-silk background. :)

The menu and menu hierarchy at the top is now easier to navigate and contains the complete page structure.

Over in the right hand column, we’ve got a clock and a calendar for easy reference.
Below that are the subscriber details and the regular site features.
Also of note is the Visitors page which shows a world map of of the visitors we’ve had to our site. It only shows the latest 1600+ recent visitors of the almost 105,000 (!!!) visitors we’ve had since the site was started just over three years ago.

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to post them here.

Happy weaving!

Dave Daniels
Roving Royal Scribe

 

Demonstration Opportunity for Creative Haverhill

An email has been sent to David Z regarding our decision to be involved with Creative Haverhill next year rather than this year. However if anyone would like to demonstrate weaving this year at The Shop@90Wash, he is booking for Thursday evenings from 6-7:30pm in Nov and Dec.  If interested, you would need to contact David soon, via his email, director@creativehaverhill.org as the schedule goes to press on Oct 17.

Creative Haverhill info

This is a post from Mary via Margaret –

For those guild members interested in the great opportunity of selling your work in the two remaining Mobile Art Shops and/or the holiday Shops at 90 Wash, do take notice of the following deadlines –

 

“Our Mobile Art Shop has two FINAL stops this year:

1) Sept 16 at Tattersall Farm for the annual Tattersall Farm Day

2) Oct 7 at Winnekenni Castle for Chowderfest

• Our Shops@90WASH operate longer this year, 11/1 – 12/23.

• Deadlines to submit work:

1) Mobile Art Shop: 2 days before the date of the stop (9/14 and 10/5).

2) Shop@90WASH: Sept 14 by 6 pm.”

 

David Zoffoli
Executive Director
Creative Haverhill
4 Summer St (City Hall) rm 309
Haverhill, MA 01830
978-420-3729
director@creativehaverhill.org

You need to contact David directly.  He has a bit of flexibility regarding the Sept 14th deadline for the 90 Wash shop but would need to discuss that with you on an individual basis.

August Meeting Agenda

Location – Newbury Town Library, 0 Lunt Street, Byfield, Mass

Social/ Time 6-7pm
Meeting 7-9pm

  1. Welcome/ID new members
  2. Old Business – 15 minutes
    • Bylaws – Terry Anderson update
    • Update on Whittier Loom restoration
    • Check in on Guild meeting location
    • Guild Library – Margaret
    • Additional Old Business
      • We are now on Facebook
  3. New Business – 15 minutes
    • Review of upcoming meetings by Ladies of the Draft.
    • Additional New Business?
  4. Program
    • David Zoffoli from Haverhill, MA.
    • David Zoffoli is the executive director of Creative Haverhill. He will explain the Creative Haverhill initiative.
  5. Show and Share – 30 minutes

 

Guild Library

For the foreseeable future I will have the guild library in my house, therefore I am taking over for Betsy as one of the “Keepers of the Written Word”.  I want to reinstitute Joan B’s wonderful monthly book review – From the Dust Jacket with the hope it will increase circulation of this fabulous library of ours.  I am mindful of the fact it will now be offsite but I want to encourage everyone to enjoy the books we are so fortunate to own.  I plan to send on monthly reminders that I am more than happy to bring the books members would like to borrow. Just send me an email.  I will even bring a few books along to guild meetings that can be signed out on the spot!  Peg has done a terrific job of organizing our library.  It is overflowing with – fiber facts and textile trivia!  But there is no sense in having these books unless they are being used.