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The Guild

The Guild is an enthusiastic and talented group of people dedicated to providing learning and exhibition opportunities and promoting and sharing our skills with the wider community. Our members regularly attend festivals, open days and fairs and are keen to involve the public in what we do.

Membership is open to people of all ages who are interested in Spinning, Weaving, Dyeing, Tapestry Weaving or related fibre arts.

Our general HQ hours are:

9.30am to at least 1.30pm every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month. Please note, we are closed January and the 4th Saturday of December.

Our Weaving HQ hours are:

10.00am to 2.00pm every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month.
Please note, we are closed January and the 4th Tuesday of December.

We also have additional classes and events so please like our Facebook page to stay in touch.

We are the foremost fibre and textile association in Western Australia and our members regularly achieve excellent results in Regional, National and International events.

The Guild is located at:

Alexander Park Craft House,
Clyde Road,
Menora 6050
Western Australia.

We are happy to welcome new members. Please come along and see what we do or get in touch for further information.

COVID-19 UPDATE

Everyone attending APCH is now required to:

-wear a mask properly when indoors
-check in with the QR code or paper register on arrival
-provide proof of vaccination or a medical exemption to event organisers, as soon as practical on arrival,
-stay at home if they have any COVID-19 symptoms, are isolating, or have attended any of the exposure sites listed https://www.wa.gov.au/…/covid-19-coronavirus-locations…

In the most recent update made on 5th February it appears that Alexander Park Craft House is now included in the list of venues where proof of vaccination is required, being any other indoor entertainment venue that is open to the public and not otherwise referred to.

People attending the hall must now provide a valid vaccination certificate, or a valid medical certificate that provides an exemption. Groups will be responsible for ensuring anyone at their events wears their mask properly and provides a valid vaccination certificate or a medical exemption.

The WA Government updated the COVID-19 public health requirements on 5th February, 2022 https://www.wa.gov.au/…/covid-19-coronavirus-what-you…

Groups are responsible for ensuring anyone at our events wears their mask properly, and provides a valid vaccination certificate or a medical exemption.