Spin Me A Story, Weave Me A Tale in the historic town of Sutter Creek
With the discovery of gold, Sutter Creek became a mining boom town in 1854. Beautiful buildings stand today as a reminder of the town’s rich historic past. Registered as California’s historical landmark #322 and located on the historic 49er Gold Rush Trail, Sutter Creek has been named by Sunset Magazine “Best Town in California’s Gold Country.”
Spring in this haven of tranquility is a wonderful time to enjoy fiber inspiration from instructors, all of whom have rich histories in fiber arts. Workshops will be held at the Days Inn and a variety of locations around town. Enjoy the leisurely pace of a workshop and have time to stroll around the town exploring specialty boutiques, art galleries, antique shops, wine tasting rooms and restaurants.
This region, rich in stories and tales of the past, is the perfect setting for CNCH 2011. Register early to secure your place among the 150 lucky registrants for this unique conference setting. Mark Twain once said, “I like a good story well told. That is the reason I am sometimes forced to tell them myself.” What’s your fiber story?
CNCH 2011 invites you to Spin Me A Story, Weave Me a Tale. See you in Sutter Creek, May 13—15, 2011.
Sincerely, The CNCH 2011 Committee