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Halloween

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Halloween Hook-In    October 25, 2021. A great turn-out for today’s Hook-In, fun costumes, door prizes, and a treat bag for each. Very Happy Faces Candace and Claire Isabelle and Jacques Helen Kitty-Chris Dawna Matthew Emmy, as Little Red Riding Hood with her treats for everyone!

Hooking at Centennial

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We’re back!       BHCG’s 1st indoor Hook-In since March 2020! Look at these happy faces! After not setting foot inside Centennial Hall for more than a year and a half, we are delighted to get back to the way things used to be, although still with some restrictions and rules to follow. Little price to pay for the joy felt today. Emmy is behind the camera and the above text! We're back! From Left to Right: Fay, Kitt, Charlene, Brenda, and Carolyn M. Charlene and Kitt catch up on their news. From Left to Right: Brenda, Carolyn M., and Dawna M. joined us virtually. Chris is seated with Carolyn M. at the table.

Show & Tell / October - December 2021

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Featured Rugs Gallery       On this Gallery, you can tour a selection of rugs from our last Exhibition, held in September 2017 at Centennial Hall. Exploret our Blog to see the rugs showcased in the past.   Show & Tell : Rug Hooking through the Generations Like the branches of a bush, rug hooking stems from our ancestors and how wonderful when it continues to grow and flourish through the next generations. These two vintage Bluenose rugs look very different, but they are actually the same pattern and show a unique design element using woody branches rather than the usual green vines or scrolls. Bluenose pattern hooked by Charity Morehouse. Judith Dallegret's Great-Grandmother's Rug at her house in Nova Scotia. Antique Rugs / Collections Untitled Hooked by Charity Morehouse Bluenose pattern Collection of Judith Dallegret 55” x 28” Circa 1950/1960 I managed to find a photo for you of one hooked rug made by my Great-Grandmother Charity Morehouse. It is now in front of my wood s