QLD Branch & Social Meetings
Held at BVAC hub - 140 Weller Rd, Tarragindi, Brisbane, Qld
Our Branch meetings are a great way for members to get together as well as learn the latest updates on ATASDA.
- Saturday 4 March - Branch Meeting and Artist Talk- Robyn Vanholland
- Saturday 3 June - Branch Meeting, AGM and Artist Talk
Saturday 2 September - Branch Meeting and Artist Talk
Saturday 9 December - Branch Meeting and MERRY THREADS
1. Be ready to DYE !
2. How to tell your story in textiles under guidance of Annamaria Mays Vermeer
- Saturday 5th March
Saturday 4th June
Saturday 3rd September
Saturday 3rd December
Branch Meeting Agenda
The standard agenda is as follows:
Meeting Commences - 10:30am and concludes approx. 3.00pm
Member Market - All Day
Members may bring any items they wish to sell. Profits from sales stay with the sellers, however an item should be donated to ATASDA. This donation is used as a raffle prize.
Showcase display, Samples from recent workshops, Challenge display and vote & Activities.
Guest Speaker, Formal meeting, Workshop promotion, Reports, Announcements, including new challenge.
The library is open for members to browse, borrow and return books throughout the morning and during the afternoon tea break.
Social Meetings for 2015
Social meetings do not include a formal meeting are a little more relaxed than the Branch meetings - the perfect opportunity to catch up and show off the creations you're working on !
- Saturday 18th April
- Saturday 4th July
- Saturday 3rd October
A Meeting Fee of $5.00 helps cover management costs, room hire, tea & coffee and organised activities. Each meeting includes raffles and a challenge that you may like to participate in. These are an important source of revenue raising to cover costs.
ATASDA coffee, tea, milk and sugar are available (no charge) at our Quarterly and Social meetings. Crockery (mugs and cups) and cutlery are also available for members to use. Members are asked to bring a small plate of food suitable for morning or afternoon tea to Meetings.
There are few or no cafes in the immediate area (although some wonderful cafes and restaurants are located a quick drive or a few minutes walk away) so you are advised to BYO lunch, particularly if you're intending to attend for the full day.
Be ready to experiment with DYES
Share sewing techniques with members
Let Annamaria guide you to 'Tell Your Story'