Centennial Hall is a cultural center which belongs to the City of Beaconsfield, and we have been fortunate to be allowed to use these magnificent premises in which to host our Guild.
In 1975 Lois Morris founded the “Lakeshore Woolgatherers Hooking Craft Guild”, subsequently renamed “Beaconsfield Hooking Crafters Guild” and thus began more than 40 years of rug hooking adventures that continue today.
BHCG In A Glance
Lakeshore Woolgatherers Hooking Craft Guild
Lakeshore Hooking Crafters Guild
The guild becomes a branch of the Ontario Hooking Craft Guild
Beaconsfield Hooking Crafters Guild
BHCG Visual Identity
Our Logo was created on 2012, inspired by Attic Window, Sylvia Solomon's hooked rug.
In 2015, Lois J. Morris hooked our Emblem using a variation of the 40th Anniversary Logo. Both logos have been designed by Maria Romero.
Our Guild has two experienced Teachers: Lois Morris and Judith Dallegret.
From time to time, the Guild invites other Rug Hooking Artists and Teachers to come and give us courses and lectures.
We promote the sharing of techniques and tips between members.
Meet the Team
Our Executive Committee is represented by dedicated and passionated people eager to preserve the Guild ans ensure its growth.
The Web Committee is responsible for the promotion of our activities on-line.
Executive Commitee 2018-2019
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