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.
Unfortunately, in light of current advisories, we have decided to cancel our afternoon at the High Tea Bakery on Saturday March 21.
The tally to date from our Winnipeg fundraiser for the Australian bushfires on February 22 is more than $18,000.
Financial donations are still coming in, and if you would like to contribute, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (204) 228-9959. All donations $20 or more will get a tax receipt from the Canadian Red Cross, with those monies going directly to the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund.
And be sure to follow us on Facebook for updates and photos, and special shout outs to our very generous supporters.
On behalf of the people of Australia, thank you to everyone who donated prizes (including from Calgary and down under), attended the event, purchased tickets, and sent in monetary donations.
Way to go, Winnipeg!
Photo: Corinne Napper.
Yarn 2020 February / March
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.
THANK YOU, Winnipeg, for your generous support of our bushfires fundraiser.
We are SOLD OUT, and tickets will NOT be available at the door.
If you would still like to help, we are accepting donations. Any amount is welcome, but donations of $20 or more will get a tax receipt from the Canadian Red Cross for monies sent to the Australian Red Cross Disaster and Relief Recovery Fund. To make a donation, contact Peter Debenham at 204-955-0393.
The devastating bushfires in Australia are continuing to take an almost unimaginable toll on that country. At least 34 people have died, livelihoods have been lost, countless native animals and livestock populations have been decimated, and millions of hectares of land have been burned beyond recognition. Continue reading