It is with regret that we have to advise all our subscribers that due to unforeseen circumstances Jane Monk is unable to teach at AMQF 2012. We apologise for any inconvenience or disappointment that this will cause to any prospective students and we wish Jane all the very best for the future. Tracey and I are working on filling this void and will do our very best to come up with classes equally as inspirational as Jane’s.
Zentangle classes will also be taught by the very talented Lee Vause and you may find what you are looking for in the classes that Lee is offering.
If you’d like to Volunteer during festival there is now a form on the website available. Please check your class times carefully before completing the form to ensure that any classes you are wishing to take don’t conflict with the times you’d like to volunteer.
Alzheimer’s Benefit Quilt Challenge
The first quilt taking part in our Quilt Challenge was received yesterday and was accompanied by the most beautiful poignant story. There really are some incredible people living amongst us and if you haven’t yet registered for this Challenge there is still time. It is a most worthwhile cause and we sincerely want to raise a great amount to donate to Alzheimer’s Australia. Please support this initiative!
Shontelle Stanyer will be posting reviews on the teachers and classes that are available at AMQF. She has been researching the teachers thoroughly and will give you an independent view and a different perspective on what you can expect from your class experience.
Shontelle’s first review will be on Cindy Needham – stay tuned!
Till next time,
Sharon & Tracey