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The Gibson Gallery is home to the Gibson Girls, the Wednesday Afternoon Guild and the Heritage Quilters. These informal guilds meet
to share and enjoy their common love of the needle arts. The Gallery's activity room offers terrific lighting and table space for working
and a great ambiance for conversation and friendship.
New members are always welcome. Please contact the Gallery for more information.


The Gibson Gallery is home to the Gibson Girls Needlework Guild. Various projects are taught and displayed. Examples of completed works include cross-stitch, needlepoint, Bargello, crewel embroidery, silk and gold thread, pull and drawn thread, black work, bead work, ribbon embroidery and hardanger. The Needlework guild meets in the afternoon from 1pm to 3:30 pm.
If interested in the needlework guild, call the Gallery at 736-2826 for further
information. Beginners welcome!


These ladies are knitters, crocheters, sewers, cross-stichers, needle pointers, or anything that has to do with a needle. Their experience allows them to help out others. The ladies also help out many local charities such as the Community Center in Amherstburg, the Hiatus House and The Richmond Nursing home. The Wednesday Group meets every week from 1pm to 3:30pm. The cost each week is $1.00. If you are interested, contact the Gibson Gallery at 736-2826 between 11am-5pm.


The Heritage Quilters group was created to honour the historic building, The
Gibson Gallery, and to reflect the heritage of our town. Novice and experienced quilters meet here once a month to compare ideas and techniques, show off their projects and get advice and to enjoy each other’s company.  Call the Gallery 519-736-2826 for more info.
The Artist Station is a guild open to all members of the Gallery who desire a relaxing, inviting, well lit atmosphere to create their artwork. Novice or professional-all are welcome.




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