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Guild Spotlight: Mile High Polymer Clay Guild, Lakewood, Colorado

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Here is a guild spotlight for the Lakewood, Colorado guild, submitted by Patty Schneider:

I’m a member of the Mile High Polymer Clay Guild here in Lakewood, Colorado. It was founded in the mid 90s by Lynne Denio who served as its 1st president. Our current president is Clare Pramuk and we are 85 members strong and growing.

We meet on the 4th Saturday of each month, (except in December), at Lochwood Christian Fellowship church located at 1354 S. Union Blvd. General meetings start at 10:30 am and run until 3 pm. There’s a demo each month, and the rest of the day is devoted to playing with clay, except in January when we host our popular Holiday Recovery Party which includes a fun gift exchange, a silent auction, pot luck, as well as displays of our art work for others to enjoy and purchase.

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Have Yourself A Polymer Clay Halloween

by Leila Bidler

Interesting facts about Halloween Traditions and Superstitions:

As we all probably know Halloween’s origins date back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain – November 1 (when the Celts celebrated the new year) is the day that marked the end of summer and the harvest and the beginning of winter, a dark and cold time of the year of course associated also with human death.

On the night before the new year they believed that the boundary between the worlds of the living and the dead became blurred and the ghosts of the dead would return to earth. This might cause trouble and damaging the crops but also help to make predictions about the future.  To celebrate the event Druids would built sacred bonfires and the Celts wore costumes, often consisting of animal heads and skins.

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Guild Spotlight: Anglian Polymer Clay Guild (UK)

We are a new group based in East Anglia in the United Kingdom and aiming to provide a place for those interested in using Polymer Clay as an art medium to meet and exchange ideas and techniques.  The group began as a result of inspiration by Sue Heaser from whom many of us first learned Polymer Clay techniques.  We held our first event in June 2012 and our second took place in August 2012.

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