The Bead Society Program for May is titled "My Bead Journey." It will be Wednesday, May 3rd at 7 pm Pacific Time. Our speaker is Doris Weinbaum who opened a bead store in 1993, without knowing how to bead. Doris will tell the story of her serendipitous journey from neophyte bead entrepreneur to accomplished bead artist. Her bead store is in Oak Park, Illinois. She sold it iand lives in San Clemente now.
Wednesday May 3rd 7 pm Pacific Time
Zoom Meeting ID: 899 883 2615, Passcode: Beads
All are welcome!
Business meeting at 6:30 pm PT at the same Zoom address!
Doris Weinbaum has been involved with beads, both as a businesswoman and an artist/teacher since 1993. In that year Doris opened a retail bead shop in Oak Park, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. While owning and managing the shop, Doris began learning beading techniques and jewelry design from instructors in her store, books and customers. Given her breadth of experience with many other hand-crafts, including sewing, knitting and crocheting, Doris' talent for beading blossomed. Doris has had one of her original designs published and has taught a wide range of beading techniques to children and adults.
The Bead Society is having our Mother's Day Pop Up at St Bede's Episcopal Church in the Mar Vista area of Los Angeles. The date is Saturday, May 6th, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Lots of wonderful artists are participating. We have created a slideshow highlighting their work on our website here! Check it out! Many of your favorites will be there, such as Chunky by Design, Lillian Todaro Collections, Carrington Treasures, August Sun Designs, Spirit, MoonRose Artistry and more!
We hope you all will attend this event! We are excied about tryng this new location to reach out to the community! Thanks to the work of the Pop Up Committee including Sylvia Humphrey, Lisa Shatts, Mark Hunter, Violeta Guerrero, Lillian Todaro, Kay Deeney and Margaret Kelly.
The address is
St Bede's Episcopal Church
3590 Grand View Blvd
LOS ANGELES, CA 90066
The Bead Society