The 2017 NW Gourd Art Workshop

The 2017 NW Gourd Art Workshop has wrapped up for another year, and was a rousing success! Here are just a few memories from our Saturday night pizza dinner and brief meeting.

Workshop participants enjoying a Pizza Party
Workshop participants enjoying a Saturday night pizza party.

Workshop participants enjoying a Pizza Party
Pizzas, salad, watermelon, and soda pop to feed the group.

Pizza Dinner
Pizza dinner organized by WSGS Pres. Bev Lavdas.

(Notice our Patch Challenge display in the background! The theme this year was "Gourd Totems.")


Note: Be sure to keep checking back often to see more photos of people and completed class gourd projects from the workshop displayed here.

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Reserve the Date:
The next WSGS Board Meeting will be held on September 23rd, (the 4th Saturday), at 11:00 a.m. at Hobby Lobby in Lynnwood, WA (196th and Hwy 99).


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WSGS Mission:
As a non-profit organization, the purpose of the Washington State Gourd Society (WSGS) is to promote interest, share ideas, learn from others, and teach to all who are interested in the culture, use, history, and craftsmanship of gourds. The WSGS was formed in October of 2007 by a small group of local gourd artists who wanted to promote the craft of gourding in Washington State. The Washington State Gourd Society does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, education, financial status, height, marital status, national origin, political beliefs, religion, race, sex, sexual orientation, weight, or whether you craft in big, small, round, or skinny gourds; this applies to all our activities or educational opportunities.






 

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