CLASS OFFERINGS MOST CLASSES LAST 3 HOURS SCHEDULE CHESAPEAKE Please Show Preferences each day: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc. Friday, April 9, 2010 FIBER ARTS Friday, April 9, 2010 9:00-10:00am Conference Registration, ____________Making a Scrappy Quilt – Carol Evans RETREAT ____________Appliqué – Joyce McComas & Kit Spalding Check In Paul Hall Center Hotel April 9— April 10, 2010 ____________Rug Hooking – Pat Duggan 10:30-11:30am Welcoming and Speaker ____________Patterning a Patchwork Quilt – Julia Friedman 11:30am-1:00pm Lunch at the Culinary School ____________Beginning Knitting and Tips – Judy Nelson ___________ Knitting (making and repairing Socks) Demonstrations, Vendors, Raffle Boulevard School of Seamanship, SIU ____________Miniature Needle Punch – Misti Dayton 1:00-4:30pm Friday Classes ____________Scrapbooking &Memory Boxes – Nancy Sipes Paul Hall Center Hotel 4:30-6:00pm Dinner at the Culinary School ____________Project Linus – Debbie Rumple 6:30-7:30pm Keynote Speaker: Piney Point, Maryland ____________Beading – Melissa Riner ____________ Paper-piecing, CBFL Block – Becky Benton Genie Posnett: “Dressing the Bones” ____________Crocheting – Roy Bowman 8:00pm Night Lunch, Culinary School ____________Making Borders – Marilyn Horton ____________Preparing for Longarmer – Kathie Lamoureux Hotel Bar open from 5pm – 11pm ____________Special Quilting Techniques – Shoko Ferguson Around the Clock – Open Quilting/Crafting ____________Quilt Appraisals (extra fee) – Phyllis T Hatcher for registered participants Saturday, April 10, 2010 ____________Making a Scrappy Quilt – Carol Evans Saturday, April 10, 2010 ____________Appliqué – Joyce McComas & Kit Spalding ____________Rug Hooking – Pat Duggan 6:30-8:00am Breakfast at the Culinary School, Sew to Save the Bay ____________Patterning a Patchwork Quilt – Julia Friedman Yoga and Walking (optional) to Benefit ____________Knitting (making and repairing Socks) 8:00-11:30am Saturday Classes Chesapeake Bay Field Lab ____________Miniature Needle Punch – Misti Dayton ____________Scrapbooking & Memory Boxes – Nancy Sipes 11:30am-1:00pm Lunch at the Culinary School, and Other Charities ____________Project Linus – Debbie Rumple Demonstrations, Vendors, ____________Beading – Melissa Riner Raffle Boulevard ____________ Paper-piecing, CBFL Block – Becky Benton ____________Crocheting – Roy Bowman 1:00-4:00pm Additional Saturday Classes ____________Making Borders – Marilyn Horton All Day -- Open Quilting/Crafting for ____________Preparing for Longarmer – Kathie Lamoureux registered participants ____________Special Quilting Techniques – S. Ferguson s “It’ our Bay. Pass it on.” ____________ Quilt Appraisals (extra fee) – Phyllis T Hatcher 4:00-4:30pm Closing Session, Door Prizes, Quilt Drawing, Check Out www.thebaylab.org ____________Baltimore Album Block (shading flowers)- Marylou McDonald ($25.00 fee for this 6 hour class) FiberArtsConference@gmail.com LOCATION The Retreat is a rare opportunity for non- CHESAPEAKE FIBER ARTS REGISTRATION FORM seafarers to see and use the Paul Hall Center RETREAT CHESAPEAKE FIBER ARTS hotel and grounds, Piney Point, MD. RETREAT April 9-10,2010 APRIL 9-10, 2010 The beautiful waterfront facility is the only acad- emy in the US for training and Registration is urged by March 12 with final cut-off March 26 certifying merchant mariners. It is owned by the The Chesapeake Fiber Arts Retreat is a “coming Seafarers International Union as a base to teach Name _____________________________________________ s together” for Maryland’ fiber artists. The two- comprehensive seafarer skills like navigation, Name as should appear on nametag: day event features knitting, crocheting, quilting, rescue, firefighting, oil appliqué, spinning, beading, needle-punch, ____________________________________ spill containment, canvas sewing, patterning, weaving and other Address _____________________________________________ culinary excellence, and fiber arts. Classes, presentations, a non-profit other maritime/ _____________________________________________ “Raffle Boulevard,” quilt appraisal, vendors, and City ________________________State_______Zip________ merchant mariner skills. old-fashioned friendship are offered in the mari- Phone _____________________________________________ time setting of the Paul Hall Center. Some Retreat Highlights: Proceeds from the conference will support the Email ______________________________________________ Chesapeake Bay Field Lab (CBFL), which is a non- s Roommate’ name ___________________________________ Genie Posnett - Keynotes April 9 presentation profit educational facility dedicated to passing the ************************************************************ of "Dressing the Bones" and her work with heritage of the Chesapeake Bay onto future genera- $175 Full Participation______________ the National Museum of Natural History to tions. CBFL carries more than 5,000 students a year $75 Friday only ______________ dress recreated figures of 17th Century s into the St. Mary’ River aboard the skipjack the Dee of St. Mary’ and conducts additional environmental s $75 Saturday only______________ Chesapeake inhabitants for "Written in Bone" at the Smithsonian. and social science classes from the Sea-Fruit Oyster $25 Baltimore Album class, McDonald____________ House and marsh walk $30 Friday dinner & Keynote only______________ Marylou McDonald - nationally acclaimed for on St. George Island. $50 Friday dinner & Keynote only (couple)________ her needlework appliqué - will lead a 6 hour Students and schools class on Baltimore Album Quilting on cannot afford the full cost of running such a Enclosed is my check for total fees of $_________ Saturday, April 10. Check number __________ hands-on field lab. More than a dozen classes are offered on both CBFL members help Make check payable to: Chesapeake Bay Field Lab days. Materials lists, patterns, supplies and to underwrite the Send to: Becky Benton, Conference Manager directions to the Paul Hall Center will be given educational costs with 17721 St. Inigoes Road by email, with confirmation of your grants, membership, St. Inigoes, MD 20684 registration. A room for open sewing/crafting and fundraisers such as this retreat. Please visit is available at all times. www.thebaylab.org to learn more about CBFL.