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Programs at The Bradley Centre

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Bradley Thursday Spinners

Every Thursday

10:00 am – 2:00 pm      

 

Contact: Dawn 250-248-6575

 

The Thursday Spinners created the

100 Mile Fleece and Fibre Fair

on

the last Sunday of May.

To learn more

Click Here.

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Oceanside Fibre Connections

Every Monday

9:30 am – 12:30 pm

We meet every Monday, including holiday Mondays. Special full day workshops are held 4 times a year when there is a 5th Monday of the month.

 

If "making" with fibre, yarn, thread,

paper, plants or textiles

interests you, you are welcome to join us.

Our emphasis is on learning, exploring,

self-expression and sharing.

We are a community where you can interact,

share experiences, be inspired, ask questions,

learn techniques, and build a network.

You are welcome wherever you are in your creative journey

from beginner to expert.

For more information, please contact Jackie:

oceansidefibre@gmail.com

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Art Buddies

1st Friday of the Month, Noon to 4pm

We learn, share, and create crafts and art in a social atmosphere.

Contact: Juanita by email jckehler@shaw.ca

 

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Bradley Centre Singkreis

1st, 2nd, and 4th Tuesday of the month

1:00pm – 5:00pm

in the Studio Room

 

Volkslieder and Social

The Singkreis was founded in 1990

and has been singing every week ever since! Please note that this group speaks and sings in German and is best suited for individuals with some German language familiarity.

Contact: 250-248-2980

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Oceanside Felters

2nd Monday of the month

1 to 4:00pm

in the Studio Room

Oceanside Felters is a collaborative group of like minded wet felt makers with a focus on shared learning and adventurous exploration of felting techniques within a supportive environment.

 

Contact: Darrell Giraldeau at darted@me.com

 

1st Friday of the month     

3rd Wednesday of the month

10:30 am

in

The Board Room

The Tapestry Weavers of Vancouver Island, (also known as Tapis) are a loose collection of tapestry weavers from up and down the Island, plus Powell River, Denman Island, Protection Island and Gabriola Island.  They meet to share what they have been doing, get ideas for problem solving in addition to working on their current project.

Contact: Jenny Tindall

jndtindall@shaw.ca

Christine Rivers 250-248-2023

christinerivers@shaw.ca

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