NW Polymer Clay Guild Clay Camp

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NW Polymer Clay Guild Clay Camp

Time: May 14, 2010 at 4pm to May 17, 2010 at 2pm
Location: Goldbar, Washington near Seattle
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Event Type: retreat
Organized By: Patricia Perrine
Latest Activity: Mar 26, 2010

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The NW Polymer Clay Guild announces open registration for its annual “Clay Camp.” This 4 day event is presented at Camp Huston, in beautiful Gold Bar, Washington (about one hour NE of Seattle). The full weekend (Fri-Mon) is a bargain at $235, which includes lodging, meals, and various demonstrations and events. Partial weekend and day-camper rates are also available. We’ll have a large work area, several convection ovens, a bench buffer, and a beautiful setting.

There will also be classes by Meredith Arnold, Kristi Zevenbergen and others for an additional fee. New this year will be an assortment of “technique booths” sponsored by Guild members. These include soldering, wire-working, kemper cutters, and more. Events will also include the scholarship silent auction, the Brown-bag craft items exchange, ad hoc demonstrations, food, fun and fellowship.

To join us, print out your registration form and mail it with your check today. Don't miss out on the fun!

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