Aims and Objectives of the Guild –
- To encourage an interest in quilting among the members and in the community.
- To increase quilting skills through shared experiences, fellowship and education.
- To benefit organizations, individuals and groups in Brampton through donations of quilts and quilt-related items and other outreach activities.
History of the Guild –The Brampton Quilters’ Guild Inc. was founded by a group of night school students and their teacher. The first meeting was held on September 10, 1987, with fourteen people in attendance. Members meet every month, from September to June, and participate in quilt related programmes. There are no meetings in December.
The first project, of the Brampton Quilters’ Guild, incorporated the Dresden Plate design. This quilt, when completed was designated as the Guild’s mascot. It depicts our guild logo, the Dresden Plate, and its colours are the Guild colours: pink and burgundy.
Monthly Meetings –The fourth Thursday of each month (September through June). There are no meetings in December. Meetings are held at:Jim Archdekin Recreation Centre 292 Conestoga Dr, Brampton, ON. Most meetings begin at 7:30 p.m. and the meetings conclude before 10:00 p.m. Guests are welcome with an admission fee of $5.00, except in June which is “Members Only” night.
Mailing Address –150 Clark Blvd., Ste. 53, Brampton, ON L6T 4Y8
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