Youth can learn art of embroidery in QB

A new youth chapter of the Arrowsmith Needle Arts Guild takes shape.

  • Sep. 3, 2013 6:00 a.m.

Youth can learn the art of embroidery as a new youth chapter of the Arrowsmith Needle Arts Guild (ANAG) takes shape.

ANAG is a chapter of the Embroiderers Association of Canada (EAC) and are sponsoring the new chapter, which will be made up of boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 17 years in Parksville Qualicum Beach.

Classes will begin Monday, Sept. 9 and the group will meet every second and fourth Monday of the month at the Qualicum Beach Public Library. No previous experience is necessary and supplies are provided.

There is a small fee required and pre-registration is required. Call 250-752-9320.

ANAG always welcomes new adult members as well. For more on the EAC visit www.eac.ca.

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