Are you wondering what happened to our resources, that is our tangible resources? In particular, those hard cover books that used to be in the cabinet that you could look at and borrow? (You might even be wondering where are the cabinets?) I believe it was called The Lending Library. Well, this post is explaining our new procedures regarding the existing collection of hard cover books and how you may continue to take them out on loan. Also, towards the end of the post, there are two other announcements that may be of interest to you.
Seems obvious what a Calendar Page would include however some of us may not know there is a Calendar Page. This is an informational post specific to our calendar.
We want to take a reflective moment and thank people who made the October meeting so successful.
This will be the last blog post before our October meeting, our highly anticipated author talk, Writing About Knitting presented by Ann Hood. Included here are some final details on this evening.
One could say extreme circumstances called for extreme measures. We thank everyone who has followed our prompts and reserved their seats for the October meeting. Now, we will share what to expect.
Seats will be set theater style allowing for more room and comfort for all of us.
After a short introduction, Ann Hood will honor us with her presentation, ‘Writing About Knitting’.
If there was ever consensus on anything, the whole of the Guild’s membership agreed that while our new space is lovely with advantages of bright lights, windows, and updated technology, the arrangement we had of seats and tables for our September gathering was hot, uncomfortable, and undesirable. The leadership of the Guild also agrees. Therefore, here is how we are moving forward for our October Program.
Happiness abounds in the Greater Buffalo area when it comes to knitting! After all you’ve GOT to be happy about the news regarding The Knitting Guild’s new meeting location! (Or, at least be thrilled we HAVE a meeting place!) I guess that would be the new, NEW location! We cannot wait to experience the professional feel of our new space as well as learn a new route of travel getting acclimated to its proximity from our homes.
We want this website to serve as a resource for you. Therefore, much thought has gone into making this site easily accessible. We not only want the navigation to be easy but we want you to be able to find what you are looking for quickly.
Therefore, every so often, we will be highlighting one of our many Pages to demonstrate its ease and convenience. This post will be highlighting the Social Media Page.
When our website went ‘public’, there was a LOT to notice. You likely browsed our site, noticed its organizational format, and taught yourself how to navigate with the tabs. You may have enjoyed looking at the featured images (photos at the top of each page) and tried to find yourself. Maybe, you enjoyed the TABS on reflection, the Pages we call Newsletters, Gallery, Reviews, and Who’s Who (which is currently a WIP). You likely went to Pages called Programs and Seminars to get a flavor of the direction the Guild was taking for this upcoming year. You may have utilized the Calendar Page and marked down our events in your own agenda.