The GSLAA monthly meetings are on the fourth Thursday of the month starting at 7:00. Come at 6:30 to visit with our Members
Concordia Lutheran Church 505 South Kirkwood Road Kirkwood, MO 63122
It's on the southwest corner of Kirkwood Road and Woodbine, directly across from The Magic House. However, what you see at that intersection is the old part of the building with no access. The main parking lot and entrance is located behind the building opposite of Kirkwood Rd. Special spaces are available for visitors and handicap parking near the Main Entrance. There is an additional handicap parking lot on the Kirkwood road side of the building
Pottery & Ceramics
Instead of our regular meeting program for April 26th the GSLAA Members will have the opportunity to bring used and unused art supplies or equipment that they no longer need to our April meeting - to swap, sell or give away. All members and past members may bring supplies and equipment.
Any art or fine craft medium is eligible including ceramics, jewelry, glass, woodworking, photography, fiber, sculpture and all paint mediums. Equipment as well as materials would be welcomed.
Only GSLAA members and past members can bring items to sell, trade or give away, but the meeting is open to all artists in the region looking for bargains on supplies and used equipment. So invite your non-member artist friends. We will promote the meeting to the public.
Space and the number of tables is limited. You must RSVP if you have items you want to sell or trade. Members will be limited to a table space of about 4 feet by 2 feet. Members with just a few items can bring them along and we'll have a "show & tell" area where you can display your items. We'll also have a "It's Free" table if you have items to give away.
Send Your RSVP to: Garry McMichael - firstname.lastname@example.org
Briefly describe the types of equipment and supplies you want to sell or trade. We will confirm your space. Further details will be announced as the date approaches.
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