Something “Wicked” this way comes!
This Saturday, 02/14/15, the museum will be open from 10 am-3 pm for the final viewing day of the “Wicked” Challenge.
Karla Overland will be presenting her “Wicked” Challenge beginning at 11 a.m. Do not miss this event!
Stevens County Historical Society 93rd Annual Meeting
Sunday, February 8, 2015
Needlework that Engages a Community
Barbara McPhee, Presenter
12 noon – 12:30 Social time and displays
12:30 – Comfort Food to enjoy
Annual meeting 1:00 PM
Program 1:30 PM
Cost $15.00 per person, special needs call 320.589.1719
RSVP by February 2nd, 2015
Pasta Bar with meats, sauces, veggies
Lasagna and bread sticks
During the 2015 Annual Meeting we will enjoy the comforting and creative expertise that is showcased in a fine arts needlework national exhibition named “Through the Needle’s Eye.” Along with special weekend events, classes and exhibits, the annual meeting will be about a unique way that a community used the medium of needlework to express grief, loss and rebirth. They engaged creatively in a group needlework project.
“Eye of the Hurricane” Project Needlework Classes, led by Barbara McPhee, National EGA Instructor, will be held at the museum on Jan. 31st & Feb. 7th, 2015.
Registration Deadline: January 19th, 2015
“Eye of the Hurricane” Project: This project will be on #17 linen and will include a number of lovely flosses: slub linen, waterlillies, silk floss, silk and wool. Stitches used and learned will include: Florentine, Tied Satin, Outlined Scotch, Diagonal Scotch and Herringbone.
Cost: $100.00 The cost includes kit and all materials, instruction from this renown instructor, help during the week with any concerns and a work time, two lunches from Common Cup and two full days of workshop. Full payment is due at registration time.
2015 Embroiderer’s Guild of America National Exhibit
January 12th, 2015 – March 13th, 2015