Our light at the end of the tunnel is looking a bit brighter, isn’t it? We have had a couple of outdoor parking lot meetings, and now, as I write this, we have an outdoor quilt-in coming up. By the time you read this, maybe you have already had a chance to enjoy the Frances Park quilt-in. It certainly has been a long haul, but things are slowly getting back to normal for the world. We are still waiting for word from First Presbyterian Church for when they are ready to resume indoor meetings, so for now we can continue to meet outside in the nice weather.

Little by little, we inch back to our previous routines, or something similar to them. Hopefully many of you are able to make some sort of travel plans this summer, too. And get together with friends and family. Looking forward, we have the Guild garage sale in September, and – hopefully, fingers crossed – a Guild retreat this fall, also.

So, while we keep inching forward to a post pandemic life, keep on quilting! Who’s doing Gudrun Erla’s next Saturday quilt along on the 26th? Looks like it will be fun!

Cathy Skelton

Thursday, July 15

Date:  Third Thursday of each month
Time:  6:30 p.m.
Location:  Frances Park    

Thursday, July 08

Date:  Second Thursday of each month
Time:  6:30 p.m.
Location:  â€‹Via Zoom    
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2021 Show and Tell
May 2021

Mystery Quilt 2021

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Suburban Collection Showcase
Novi, MI
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