— Friday Dinner: Don’t miss the Friday evening dinner, a highlight of the Retreat! Details to come.
— Saturday Breakfast: A breakfast buffet at the Boat Club at Fitger’s.
Optional (with additional fee):
— Saturday Lunch: An optional soup and sandwich buffet is available on Saturday from 12:00 to 2:00 pm. Lunch is $20 and advance sign-up is required, during your online Retreat registration.
— Saturday Dinner: Join your fellow Retreat attendees for a final optional dinner at the Boat Club at Fitger’s in a private room. All food and beverages are the responsibility of those attending this final dinner. Indicate your intention to attend during your online Retreat registration for reservation purposes.
Please contact Deanna Christiansen by Friday, February 17 if you have dietary requirements or preferences.
Workshop: Sock-Darning with Maddy Bartsch
Join speaker Maddy Bartsch for an optional sock-darning workshop on Saturday afternoon. Gather with your Retreat attendees to learn the age-old skill of sock mending. Chat, sip coffee, and make your feet happy with almost-brand-new socks!
Workshop costs $10 and attendees need to bring their own sock in need of mending. Advance sign-up is required, during your online Retreat registration. Note: The workshop occurs at the same time as the optional tour, below.
Tour: Tweed Museum of Art’s Duluth Fiber Guild Exhibit
Take a tour of the Tweed Museum of Art and explore their exhibit on the work of the Duluth Fiber Guild. Tour costs $15 and advance sign-up is required, during your online Retreat registration. Note: The tour occurs at the same time as the optional workshop, above.
For fifty years the Duluth Fiber Guild has been gathering in fellowship around an appreciation of the fiber arts. Sharing traditions and exploring the creative power of the fiber medium, the guild is celebrating half a century with exhibitions around Minnesota including the Tweed Museum of Art. This exhibition will focus on guild founder and world renowned weaving expert, Janet Meany. Alongside Meany’s work will be contemporary and historical works by members of the guild as well as complimentary pieces from the Tweed’s permanent collection.