Banner Making sessions @ GWL

Over the next few weeks I’ll be organising and preparing to facilitate three exciting banner making sessions at Glasgow Women’s Library. These will take place on:

Tuesday 22 September, 1pm to 3pm
Tuesday 29 September, 1pm to 3pm
Tuesday 6 October, 1pm to 3pm


This is part of Gude Cause which was formed to mark the 100th anniversary of the Women’s Suffrage Movement Procession along Princes Street in Edinburgh in 1909. The culmination of this celebration will be a re-enactment of this march on 10th October 2009.

No demonstration could ever be complete without an array of colourful banners and placards, and the re-enactment of the women’s suffrage procession will be no exception.
It’d be great to see some friendly faces at the banner making sessions to use your arts and crafts skills to produce a GWL and WEA banner to be taken on the re-enactment march in October.

Give me a shout if you’dlike some more information, or have a look here:

http://www.womenslibrary.org.uk/2009/09/banner-making/

http://www.gudecause.org.uk/

You can attend one or all three of the sessions, depending on what suits you. Come along and try your hand at banner making in a friendly relaxed environment.

To register your interest or book a place: please call 0141 552 8345 or email loraine.williams@womenslibrary.org.uk or laura.dolan@womenslibrary.org.uk

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September 2, 2009. arts and crafts, banner making, glasgow, Glasgow Women's Library, Gude cause, GWL, suffragettes, women make history, women's history, Women's Lib.

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