MEMBERSHIP

Membership dues are $35 per year, or $20 for junior members under 18 years of age, and are payable in April each year.  Benefits of membership include a newsletter, reduced rates on workshops, borrowing rights from our extensive library, opportunities to attend special interest study groups, participation in group shows, field trips and conferences.

The Guild meets on the 1st Saturday of each month in the Presidio Springs Community Center, 721 Laguna Street (between de la Guerra and Ortega Streets) at 9:30 am.  Our meetings are open to the public without charge.  Our programs cover a wide range of fiber activities, often involving speakers with national reputations.

You can print out and mail the form HERE : Printable Membership Form 3/3/16

Or contact our Membership chair via the CONTACTS page or HERE: membershipemail

5 thoughts on “MEMBERSHIP

  1. Dore ozdy

    I would like attend the June3rd meeting about Japanese Paper, I assume it is a lecture.
    also how do I sign up for the July1st paper making workshop?
    I am sending you a new membership application.

    Thanks you
    Dore Ozdy
    Ozdy@aol.com

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    1. sbfiberarts@gmail.com Post author

      HI Tara,
      Sorry for the delay. Please email our membership coordinator Normah via the CONTACTS page. I will also email her your contact info. Come to our FEBRUARY meeting this Saturday! (the 6th, info on website home page)

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  2. Marc Goldman

    Friend of Stan Haley. Would like to know more about applying for membership. I design and hook contemporary rugs.

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    1. sbfiberarts@gmail.com Post author

      Hello Marc,

      Sorry for the delay, there was alot of spam to go through to get to your GREAT comment.
      This is the webmaster but membership inquiries can be directed to our membership chair Normah Halim via our CONTACT page. OR just come to our next meeting on July 4th at the center. Details of that meeting can be found on our home page. Now is a great time to join because membership (with a nametag) will get you into the SB Museum of Natural History for the Chumash basket presentation. (see our EVENTS page for upcoming events)

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