The Hilltop Guild’s Fall Festival — the last event of an exciting season – will be held on Saturday, Sept. 25 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Kelley House off Highway 7.The Kelley House is located between Nederland and Estes Park at 18720 Highway 7 or Peak-to-Peak Highway.
The Fall Festival will feature a rummage sale including glassware, china, antique plates, kitchenware and many handmade items crafted by our weavers and quilters. A chili lunch also will be sold.
Stop in and see what this association of Allenspark area residents is all about. You will get a warm welcome!
Additionally, the Guild is offering a selection of classes this September and October open to the public, led by Guild members.
A “plarn” workshop will be held Sept. 15 at 10 a.m. What is plarn? It is plastic yarn that can be woven into bags, totes and purses. Bring clean plastic bags if you have them and Donna Squyres will show you how to make plarn.
An embroidery class held over two Wednesdays on Sept. 22 and Sept. 29 also will be held at the Kelley House at 10 a.m. An $8 materials fee will cover a tea towel, silks, a hoop and everything you will need to get started. Space is limited so sign up soon by phoning the Guild and leaving a message at (303) 747- 2001. Leading the classes will be Judee Snell and Diana Boulter.
On Oct. 6 at 10 a.m. a class on how to make colorful woven shoe laces will be taught by Diane Turechek.