What’s On Next
NIPG Next Meeting
Sat 7th September 2019
Talk: “Working Small – Lots of Journal Quilts”
The NIPG usually meets on the 1st Sat of the month.
Our venue is usually the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Cultra. However, please note that there are Saturdays when Cultra have special events.
We’ll keep you informed.
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January 2019 Demonstrations One of the most popular events in the NIPG Calendar, when members themselves take on the demonstrations. Attendees gather themselves into groups and move from one demonstration table to the next. Each demonstration lasts approximately 15 minutes. … Continue reading
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Hello Everyone Since we last posted, we have all in every sphere of our online existence, been grappling with GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation 2018. We’ve known for a while that it was imminent, yet suddenly the date of … Continue reading
We’ve had a somewhat wet summer here in Northern Ireland, fortunately we can always find plenty to do as we are gallop towards our first 2017 – 18 Guild meeting on Saturday 2nd September. August is Craft Month and we … Continue reading
Jayne has posted a great summary of what’s been happening with NIPG, so here’s a link to her blog. You might want to see what she’s up to in Mount Stewart. Would love to know how she finds the time … Continue reading
Members and friends Spring is well and truly here with lots of blossom and buds on the trees. The May meeting is on Saturday 6 May in St Dorotheas, Gortland Park Belfast [Postcode is BT5 7NQ, for your SatNav Situated … Continue reading
First the letter from Brenda… Hello Members and Friends It was lovely to see so many of you at the November meeting we had over 60 people to here Jennie Rayment. Jennie is full of life and gave us a … Continue reading
Anne James reporting on our September Meeting. [If anyone is willing to take a few photos and provide an update of our events, please contact us.] The September meeting was called ‘Reaching Out’, referring to our interaction with communities. Lydia Black, … Continue reading
Here’s a message from our Chair, Brenda Richardson. Hi Everyone Well the summer is almost over and I noticed the other day that the nights are also drawing in. I hope you have all had a good summer and got … Continue reading
An exciting announcement was made at our AGM, Joy McCormick’s grandson, Patrick Huston had just been selected to represent Team GB in Archery at Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Patrick, born in Belfast, attended Campbell College and was a founding member of … Continue reading