Quilters By The Sea Workshops
The Guild holds periodic workshops led by nationally known teachers, as well as our own talented members. The Guild has a policy of keeping the cost as low as possible by charging a nominal fee for the class and subsidizing the remainder of the cost from annual dues. 20 to 25 slots are usually available and a waiting list is often needed.
The workshop fee must be paid at the time of sign up. If you find you cannot attend the workshop, you may call and see if there is anyone on the waiting list to take your place. You must then have them send you a check for the workshop fee. Please understand the Guild will not refund your money. We must pay for the teacher whether or not the class is filled.
Suggestions for possible workshops are always welcome. Please give any information you might have about a particular program to the workshop committee. We are committed to providing our Guild members the best speakers, workshops and programs we can afford.
To sign up visit the Workshop table at a Guild meeting or visit the Contact Us page to send an inquiry of class availability.
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