The Parliament Buildings

The Canal in the Spring


Algonquin College 


Ottawa Gatineau Tulip Festival May 9 - 19,  2014 

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Seminar at a Glance

Daily Schedule

Class Index

4-Day Classes
Tuesday May 13, 2014 May 14,15,17,18      (Wednesday,Thursday,Saturday,Sunday)
Registration & Check in 401 Daydreams Barabara Kershaw
Welcome Reception
404  A Mamoth Hedebo Experience   Jette Roy Finlay-Heath
Wednesday May 14, 2014 405 Tree of Life Lynn Payette
Classes 406 Unravelling Stitches on Samplers Chris Berry
AGM & Luncheon  
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Thursday May 15, 2014 2-Day Classes
Classes
Merchants Mall Evening May 14,15 (Wednesday,Thursday)
201  A Hardanger Notebook Carolyn Mitchell
Friday May 16, 2014 203  Machine Embroidered Poppies Richard Box
Classes 204 Blackwork Lovebirds Tanja Berlin
Free Day tours 205 Fairy Felt Folk Edwina Sutherland
Seminar Lecture 206  Tulip Festival Pat Caffery
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Saturday May 17, 2014 May 17,18 (Saturday, Sunday)
Classes 301 Underwater Sea View Nicole Gélinas
Seminar Banquet 302 Traditional Woodlands Quillwork Naomi Smith
303 Eastern Bluebird Tanja Berlin
304 Machine Embroidered Squirrel Richard Box
Sunday May 18, 2014
Classes 306 Echoes of Glass Carolyn Mitchell
1-Day Classes
Boutique-Bookstore will be
open from May 14-18. May-16 (Friday)
  101 Raised Native Beadwork Naomi Smith
Members Exhibit will be 102 The Entrée Jette Roy Finlay-Heath
open from May 14-17. 103 Alexander Alligator Lynn Payette
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Class Level Definitions

Basic:  new to the technique.
Intermediate:  familiar with the technique or a similar technique at a basic level; some knowledge of colour and design.
Advanced:  good understanding of the technique; knowledge of colour and design allows exploration and creativity.

Please Note:

Cameras, tape recorders and/or other recording equipment may only be used in a classroom with the permission of the teacher.

Green’s the Thing!

In our continuing effort to help our planet and limit costs, we invite you to recycle your name tag from past Seminars and to bring your own bag to hold your Seminar goodies. If this is your first Seminar, don’t worry, we’ll make sure you’re looked after. We hope you will take advantage of the information provided throughout the brochure and on this website to plan your “Seminar Experience". Also visit the EAC.ca website for information.