Friday November 5th is the Opening of the Member’s Exhibit and Sale “Wrap it up and Put a Bow on It” This will continue throughout the month of December. The Gift Shop area will be extended to include the main Gallery. There will be many one of a kind gift ideas from knitted hats and mittens, jewlery, pottery, paintings, ornaments, cards and much more.
Check out the online store at shop.lawrencehouse.ca
December Peg Kivi Solo Exhibit
First Friday December 3rd is the opening of Peg Kivi’s Solo Exhibition in the Turret Gallery ‘Part 2’. The Lawrence House will be open from 11:00am to 8:00pm that day.
Music by members of the Bluewater Chamber Players.
Current Covid protocols are in place.
The next theme for Uproar submission is “Departures”. For this theme think of things, ideas or people left behind. It can also take the form of new beginnings. Deadline for submission of poetry, prose, spoken word, video or mixed media is November 30,2021.
The “Queen Street Quilt” is now on display at the Lawrence House in the main stairway across from the Art Quilt the Members’ created for Canada’s 150 .
The ladies of the Queen Street Methodist Church charged local residents to have their names embroidered on this queen size quilt in 1897. The quilt is covered in intricate designs made by linking hundreds of old Sarnia names.
Friday November 12th is Scarf Day at the Lawrence House. Members of the Scarf Project Canada will be hanging Handmade scarves, hats, mittens on the fence in front of The Lawrence House. Anyone who “needs a scarf may take a scarf”