The Winnipeg Embroiderers' Guild and the Seminar 2013 Planning Committee are busy putting the finishing touches on "Branching Out", Seminar 2013.  Arrangements are coming together nicely and we hope everyone will be pleased with our plans!

Our organizing committee has been busy for the last several years and, as with previous Seminars, we are anxious to see our labours come to fruition!  It is great to have everyone working together for a common goal.

Registration remains open and there are still excellent class choices available.  Free day activities also have openings.  We hope that, if you are still thinking about joining us, you will submit your registration soon.  I know you will not be disappointed.

The Members' Show is looking for participants in all categories of the exhibit.  This year, as a special, 40th-Anniversary treat, we have invited past winners of various awards to display their winning pieces.  If you have won an EAC award in the past, this will not only give you an opportunity to display your piece, but it will give all Seminar attendees and the Winnipeg public a chance to see some of the wonderful work our members are producing.  We also hope that EC Magazine will feature pictures for all EAC members to enjoy.  So many of us have not had the opportunity to view these pieces. If you are interested and can contribute, please contact  seminar2013@eac.ca  for further information, or check out the Seminar brochure (elsewhere on this site or in the September issue of EC Magazine) for details.

The Seminar Committee is also looking for volunteers to donate some time to assist with the Members' Show as well as at Seminar Central. If you would like to help, please e-mail us at seminar2013@eac.ca

As this is EAC's 40th Anniversary, we plan to make it a very memorable one.  Hope to see you at Seminar 2013 in Winnipeg in the glorious month of May!

Beryl Burnett
Seminar Chairperson 2013

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