January 6, 2010

It’s a New Year!

Posted in Uncategorized at 12:08 pm by LindaG

Fireworks over English Bay

Happy 2010 to everyone! 

I hope that you all had a happy holiday season and a chance to celebrate the New Year.  Eugenia, Judy and I want to thank all of you who have expressed interest in, and supported our growing business of teaching jewelry classes during the past year.

2009 ended a whirlwind of activity for us and that is, in large part, thanks to all your generous support and enthusiasm.

We are constantly adjusting our class schedules and in response to the number of people who have asked for classes in Richmond, we now have a central location to host our classes this session.

Use the “Jan-Feb 2010” link at the right to see upcoming classes.  We are teaching in more locations which will hopefully give broader access and reduce transportation issues.

We are also in a week-long craft fair during the Olympics which is exciting.  It’s being held in Gastown in the newly renovated district by London Drugs and Nestors Food Market.  Check out our Events page for dates and location.

We are also trying to simplify registration by asking you to simply email the class instructor that you are attending.  Prepayment won’t be required any longer unless you want to.  Simply bring your chequebook (or cash) to the class.  Credit card is an option also and will be processed the next day.

Look forward to seeing you at a class or event! – Linda

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1 Comment »

  1. Happy New Year Linda, Eugenia and Judy! Here’s to a successful and exciting 2010 for us all!


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