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Meetings Go On-Line!
First Tuesday of month - 10 AM
Third Monday of month - 7 PM
Join us on-line at our regular meeting times for a brief business meeting, followed by Show & Share. It's a great chance to catch up with your fellow stitchers and see what everyone has been working on while staying safe at home!
We will send out an email a few days prior to each meeting with all the information you will need to log in and join the meeting with your computer using the Zoom software. If you prefer, you could also call in using just a telephone connection. If you would like to participate, but have not given us your email address, please do so as soon as possible.
See you soon!
The St. Paul Needleworkers Spring Luncheon (BYOLunch) will be held via Zoom from 11 am to 1 pm on Saturday, May 15th. The Luncheon will feature a lecture from Christy Baty and Erin Moody of Relics in Situ: "In the Archives of the Daughters of the American Revolution".
The Daughters of the American Revolution is America’s foremost lineage society. Their national headquarters in Washington, DC not only holds their vast research archives but also hosts a world-class museum with artifacts related to their members and history.
From their website: “The DAR Museum supports the NSDAR’s goals of historic preservation, education and patriotism by collecting, preserving, exhibiting and interpreting the material culture and social history of pre-industrial America.”
We’re excited to be able to bring you up close to history through an examination of some of their remarkable textiles. Through detailed photos of samplers and needlepaint art, we’ll examine the impact of needlework on lineage research and how historians utilize clues from embroideries as a tool in their work.
Please join us for this interesting opportunity. The email link has been emailed to members. If your invitation is missing please email firstname.lastname@example.org