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NeedleWork, Beaux Mondes and other news

needlework hamilton

 

So James St North has a new things happening, first of all there is Needlework which was nicely written about in the Hamilton Spectator and on Beaux Mondes too!

They’re located on 174 James St North, right across the street from The Printstudio. In fact its kind of a fabric version of the studio in that you can rent sewing machines to do your own projects, take classes,etc. Not just sewing but all sorts of fabric related projects. (Anyone toiling away on their own etsy projects might consider this option).

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Now even though were late posting it, congrats to the Beaux Mondes ladies for getting a write up as well in the Hamilton Spectator! However after reading their post on The Cannon I find myself just craving coffee!

Other news, the CBC Hamilton is now going to be in the same building as The Agh’s furtniture store/space , also Blackbird Studio‘s has setup space in the old Artists Inc space. CopyDog has moved into Homegrown Cafe and in its place is going to be Books and  Beats.

Oh and on a side note, congrats to Flatspot and Bodega for their recent hostings of incredible artshows with local talent!

Manny Trinh Flatspot

Art by Manny Trinh.

 

Quick City News

Ok so to sum up, its the long weekend and I will update some more probably tomorrow and a reminder Art crawl is next week! August 14!

More Flood Drama….. http://www.thespec.com/article/607923 Dorothy Vranesevic after getting a busy signal for hours. “I thought I had the wrong number or they don’t want to answer.” Seriously WTF??

Oh a little good news about the flood http://www.thespec.com/News/Local/article/610811

(Seriously didn’t the environmental assessment say anything about this?) Flood vicitms (of the Redhill Expressway) can call To reach the city’s 24-hour claims hotline call 905-667-3157

Kudos to Stonemason Paul Windsor also Michelle and Greg Czekaj of GAC Masonry who have offered to help out for Mike Colic’s totaled home!

Crazyness at the Embassy ….http://www.thespec.com/News/Local/article/610813

And on a nicer note, McMaster University is getting its handicapped students ready for the new year by one of the most pressing issues facing people in this situation in helping them find out where to catch the bus for Hess Village”

Also for all you movie buffs, the AGH is going to be having a film festival in September, you may want to get some tickets!