New members for 2021 will be able to register for this meeting for free after joining the guild.
The Zoom meeting room will open at 6:15 and the meeting will begin at 6:30 MDT. Guests are welcome to attend this meeting for an admission fee of $8. Pay securely online when you register. No refunds are available. Please ensure that you know how to use Zoom prior to the meeting. The link will come by email when you register.
ACQ Members: please sign in and register for free—it's so helpful to know how many are coming AND you'll be eligible for door prizes when you register. You will find the Show & Tell submission form on the Members-only page.
2020 Raffle Quilt Drawing will take place at 8:00 pm during this meeting. Our speaker will start earlier than usual. Officer installations will be after the raffle quilt winner is selected.
How Quilters Celebrate Life with Meg Cox
A fun, inspiring lecture that changes lives: perfect for keynotes and evening programs. An expert on tradition who has written four books on ritual, Meg Cox shares examples of quilters’ celebrations but also shows powerful ideas from her own life. She shares what she has learned in 20 years of research about what makes traditions unforgettable. Whether you’re looking for a way to liven up your monthly quilt group or mark major life milestones, you’ll come away with concrete ideas and inspiration.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Meg Cox is a nationally known thought leader on the topics of quilting and family traditions. Her expertise on quilting stems partly from the 25 years that she has been a passionate quilter. Additionally, Meg served on the board of the national nonprofit Quilt Alliance for 10 years and was president for 6 years. She writes a popular free monthly e-newsletter called Quilt Journalist Tells All.
A Partial List of Publications for which Meg Cox has written:
Allure, American Patchwork & Quilting, Child, Cooking Light, the Daily Beast, Family Fun, Family PC, Good Housekeeping, Ms., O, Parenting, Parents, Publisher’s Weekly, Quilter’s Home, SAQA Journal, The Quilt Life, Reunions, Working Mother, Worth
Learn more about Meg: