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Clayathon Day Three Demos and Left Right Center

imageDenise Peck demonstrated wire techniques.

image Arlene preparing for a screen printing demo

 

imageKaren Woods at the screen printing round table discussion.

 

imageAnd a game of Left Right Center  made more fun by some libations and some <ahem> unconventional poker chips.

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More Holiday Shows and Sales!

See the work of an eclectic mix of 30 artisans. Crafts range from woodworking to up-cycled glassware, textiles to decorative housewares and accessories, from Judiaca to beautiful jewelry.  There will be live music performed by a klezmer-style band and delicious baked goods and refreshments offered for sale.   Plus, our very own  Denise Petit  will be selling her unique mixed media jewelry and artwork.

Chanukah Craft Fair Extravaganza  
542 S. New Middletown Road
Media, PA 19063 
Sunday, November 18, 2012  9:30 am – 1 pm

Click here for info 

Denise will also be exhibiting and selling her work at

Friday, November 23 
6 – 9 pm

Saturday, November 24 
10 am – 4 pm 

Twentieth Century Club
84 S. Lansdowne Avenue
Lansdowne, PA 19050

Click here for info

New Contributions by Members for the Annual Showcase Fundraiser

PAPCG members continue to support the Annual Fundraiser with their donations. Denise Pettit is giving an Art Woman T-Shirt, Arlene Finocchiaro, a garden sculpture, glass beads, pin and necklace, Sherman Oberson, a necklace by Melanie West, Barbara Egnor is supplying Premo and an amalgram carrier tool, Pat Eisele, two Dayle Doroshow and a Lisa Pavelka DVDs, and Ann Tolman is adding two strands of glass beads and abalone to the prizes that will be available at the Fundraiser on May 20.  These are in addition to the items already contributed by members Gladys Higgins, Perrie Layton, and Emily Squires Levine.  Thanks to all members who have contributed. If you would like to donate (and have your name on the blog in BOLD letters) please contact Denise Pettit and bring your item to the next meeting. There are more vendor donations, too, and they will be listed on the blog soon.

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