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"Textile Conversations" at LaHave Weaving Studio

Summer 2019



June date
TBA in May          Free Public Talk. Ralph Getson, Historian & former Curator of the Fisheries

4:30-6:00 p.m.                   Museum of the Atlantic.
Schooner Yarns: Life Aboard a Fishing Schooner".

Thursday, June 27              Free Public Talk.  Joanne Soroka, tapestry weaver, teacher. "Scottish

4:30-6:00 p.m.                   Tapestry with Canadian content.                     

Thursday, July 25                Free Public Talk. Warren Seelig, well-known artist and teacher living

5:00-6:30 p.m.                    in Maine, will talk about his work. During this week
Seelig will be teaching a

                                           5-day workshop, Thinking Textiles/Constructed Surfaces at LaHave Weaving


Thursday, August 1              Free Community Netting Project with Brooke Gray,
lover of netting and

6:00-8:00 p.m.                    knotting and Heritage Interpreter at the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic,

                                            will lead us in a communal netting event.

LaHave Weaving Studio

35 Falkland Street, second floor

Lunenburg, NS

Contact Lesley Armstrong


All sessions are free and open to the public. Everyone welcome!

Tea/coffee is provided (bring your own mug, if possible).


2017 Textile Conversations: 2 Mini-Workshops.

Here Anne Morison is teaching us "How to

Make a Dorset Button".  On the far right is Polly

Greene who then taught us rug braiding. Many

thanks to both of them.