Membership Benefits

Here are just a few of the benefits available to RMWG members.

  • Monthly Meetings: Meetings are held on the third Saturday of every month from September through May with regionally and nationally-known guest speakers. Social hour begins at 9:00AM, the business meeting begins at 9:30AM, and the program begins at 11:00AM. Visit the Programs and Workshops page for a list of programs and workshops.
  • Meeting Location:  Unless otherwise indicated, programs and workshops will take place at the Spirit of Hope United Methodist Church, Englewood, CO. See the Meeting Location page for maps and directions.
  • Members’ Monthly Newsletter:  The Shuttle Scuttle features weaving and spinning “samples” and all the fiber arts news.  It is primarily delivered to current members on the web page as a pdf file.
  • Annual Fiber Arts Sale:  The sale allows a member to show and sell his/her work to the public. For more information, visit the Fiber Arts Sale page. Please note that you must have joined the guild by October 1 to participate in the current year’s sale (usually in November).
  • Fiber Arts Libraries: The circulating library has books, videos, magazines for member check-out.  The reference library has a collection of rare books, magazine, studies, monographs that are available for research to members, but may not be checked out. For more information, visit the Libraries page.
  • Educational Workshops: Workshops are half-to-three-day sessions offered at affordable prices!
  • Outreach: The guild demonstrates and teaches fiber techniques in Denver Community Schools, at the education pavilion at the National Western Stock Show and at metro schools / daycare locations.
  • Study Groups: Study groups offer in-depth investigations into weaving, spinning and knitting topics.  Mentoring is also available to individual members.
  • Equipment Rentals: A variety of fiber-related hand tools are available to members at affordable prices!
  • Membership Yearbook: The guild publishes a printed and an electronic annual directory of members, businesses, officers, bylaws and activity calendar. Be sure to pay your dues by August 15 to make sure your information is in the printed yearbook! Updates to the yearbook are posted on the web site. Both the e-version of the yearbook and the updates are password-protected.