The Southern Connecticut Polymer Clay Guild exists to share the experience of learning about polymer clay and to explore its possibilities.
And, you know what, we just like to play with clay!!!
SCPCG has a Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Southern-Connecticut-Polymer-Clay-Guild/147294598697
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Clay Day at Hobby Lobby in East Haven on June 27th. For details, see the Activities page
Klay Karma retreat at Rivier College in Nashua, NH. Details and registration information are available on Facebook
Guild members Debbie Goodrow, Diane Villano, Marilyn Malcarne, Sharon Mihalyak, Carole Monahan-Kampfe, Gerry Pieper & Karen Tenny are all featured in a video entitled Polymer Clay - Making Time, Making Art, Making Friends
Take some time & check it out on YouTube.
Video - Polymer Clay - Making Time, Making Art, Making Friends
We are a group of polymer clay enthusiasts, with varied backgrounds and skill levels. We meet to share ideas, techniques and to encourage and learn from each other. Our first meeting was in September, 1997 with 13 people and we've been growing ever since. We have members from Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey as well as all around Connecticut.
We have the following sites reserved for our 2015 upcoming meetings:
Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main Street, East Haven and
The Beachhouse, Cosey Beach Avenue, East Haven.
Meeting times are 11:00-3:00, unless otherwise noted
January 18 - Library
February 21 - Library
March 21 - Library
April 18 -
May 16 -
June 20 -
July 18 -
August 15 -
September 19 -
October 17 -
November 21 -
December 12 -
(All are 3rd Saturdays except December, which is the 2nd Saturday, and our usual Tag Sale and Pot Luck Luncheon)
Guild activities include a traveling exhibit, Bottles of Hope, bead strands, swaps, raffles, Clay Days, and retreats. Guild meetings incorporate demonstrations of techniques by our members and show-and-tell.
Dues are $25 for the calendar year. Additionally, the donation of two similar 1inch square tiles of your own creation for the Guild's two tile projects is not a requirement, but strongly encouraged. You are most welcome to attend one meeting before deciding to join the Guild.