GREEN MOUNTAIN RUG HOOING GUILD
Green Mountain Rug Hooking Guild has been around for many years. The group offers meetings throughout the year, a newsletter to keep you in touch with events and classes. And every other year there is Hooked in The Mountains. It’s a rug hooking show plus a hooking in and classes. Through the guild you can find people who will teach you how to hook in various ways, be it proddy, hooking with yarns, shading, hooking faces and animals. Everything you need to know about hooking is contained within the members of the group.
One of the best things about attending Hooked In The Mountains is catching up with old friends and meeting new ones. You might meet up with them attending a Featured Artist or educational talk, attending a workshop, viewing all the beautiful rugs, shopping for the next project in the vendor area or having coffee and lunch in the café..
If you have checked out the Local Hook-Ins map on the Guild website, you know we have members spread all over New England. It’s a great way to find a group to hook with if you are traveling or just want to visit and see what other folks are up to.. They include groups from Beaconsfield, Quebec, the Northeast Kingdom, North Hero, Hinesburg, Rutland, the Mad River Valley, Sharon, and Richmond.. Many people from Massachusetts, Maine, Connecticut, New Hampshire and New York attend meetings too.
A schedule of meeting held throughout the year. My favorite is the summer hook-in.
|Saturday Feb 4||Hook-in (no need to register)||Tinmouth|
|Saturday April 22||Spring Meeting and Hook-in||Berlin|
|Saturday July 29||One day summer hook-in||Rutland|
|Saturday and Sunday
November 4 and 5
|Fall Meeting and Hook-in||Shelburne|
Details about each event such as guest speakers, workshops, and accommodations will be posted on the website, via email, and in future newsletters as they become available.
Spring Membership Meeting and Hook-in
Saturday April 22
Capital City Grange in Berlin
Directions: Take exit 8 off I-89 (Montpelier exit). Take Dog River Road on your left and follow about 2 miles to the grange on route 12 (6612 VT-12). Plenty of parking and it has a handicap accessible ramp.
Speaker to be announced soon.
Register at http://www.gmrhg.org/
Check out the website for further information and about joining. Everyone is so friendly and helpful.