The Women of St. Margaret’s will host its bi-annual Community Knit-a-thon on Saturday, November 8 from 8am-8pm at the St. Margaret’s Church library, 95 Court Street in Belfast, Maine. The fun event is open to all, as a time for gathering to work on projects. Bring any type of handwork and come enjoy the company, and the warmth of a cozy space. All fiber lovers are welcome, including crochet, spin, and knit artists. Participants are welcome to join for any or all of the day, and bring a project, or not! There will be a trunk sale as well as a “comfort food” potluck dinner at 6pm. Sponsorship forms and more information is available at www.knitthecommunity.org
Proceeds from this event will benefit Habitat for Humanity of Waldo County, a local Habitat for Humanity, International affiliate dedicated to the belief that all people deserve decent, safe, and affordable housing on terms they can afford. HFHWC builds simple, energy-efficient homes for Waldo County’s eligible applicants with a spirit of hope and unity. Habitat Waldo County has built two homes in Waldo County, and is scheduled to begin construction on its third home in the Spring of 2015.
5th Annual KnitMaine-ia Fashion Show
Saturday, October 11, 2014, 2:00PM
Belfast Boathouse, Belfast, Maine
Celebrating diverse fiber arts traditions with hand-knitted, crocheted and felted garments and accessories both modeled and displayed.
Tickets: $10 – available at the door
All proceeds are donated to New Hope for Women.
Bi-annual Knit-a-thons to raise money for fuel assistance are generally held in March and November (TBA). To date $1456 was raised for the Greater Bay Area Ministerium’s Interfaith Fuel Fund.
Please consider donating a pair of mittens to kids in Waldo county. Clean gently-used, store bought or hand crafted mittens are welcome.
Hats and gloves or mittens for the men at the Re-Entry Center. Please turn them in at St. Margaret’s Parish Office, 95 Court Street, Belfast.FMI contact email@example.com