The new Southern Yarn is ready online, and this month there is a bonus page (p 9) of photos for those of you lucky enough to download it!
Many of our anticipated events will be impacted by the Covid-19 restrictions, but perhaps now more than ever, we value our connections with one another, even if meeting in person is harder to achieve.
Here’s Charlie’s editorial to get your started:
One thing I enjoy about this “job” (as editor of The Yarn newsletter) is hunting for good news stories to share. So, it is encouraging to find a good number of sites devoted to offering just that. You will find some of them in the following pages.
The Southern Yarn is available for download in glorious colour, while others await their brilliant yellow paper version through good old Canada Post.
See the whole list of Yarns at the dedicated web page.
Note also that the online (PDF) version has links throughout to lead you to more content online.
The Southern Yarn’s February March issue is available as a PDF for download right now!
Why wait for the yellow paper version in the post, when you can get it now, in glorious colour, with live links as well! Check it out.
And how about all those past issues? Get them on the Yarn’s own webpage.
The December-January edition of The Southern Yarn bridges the start of a new decade as we enter 2020. We’ve got reports on the not-so-formal dinner, the AGM, the Christmas party, and other club events, Give it a read, and we look forward to seeing you all next year.
And here are some photos from the Christmas party that we could not fit into the Yarn.
Enjoy the photos.