Orange is the new Black. Well, not exactly in terms of beads. On October 4th at the Bead Society Program meeting, we will be discussing both Black & Orange Beads! These are the colors of autumn, Halloween and mystery! Bring your Orange and Black beads or finished jewelry and objects with those colors, and we will have an entertaining sharing session!
Wednesday October 4th, 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!
Beads can symbolize union as they look better when they are paired with each other to make a necklace or chains. . .
Adornment has been around forever! We love to adorn ourselves whether it's traditional or bold, ethnic, intricate or in skinny chains. Whatever the style, it's YOU! Your statement to the world! We will showcase it all, handmade jewelry, wearable art and home decor. Come join The Bead Society and our fantastic artisans for our Holiday Pop Up on October 28th at the Veterans Memorial Complex, Culver City, CA, 10 am-4 pm.
The Bead Society Holiday Pop Up has the answers to all your gift and holiday needs! Come check out our 22 local artists showcasing their amazing works of art! We hope to see you on Oct 28th at the Culver City Veterans Complex, Rotunda Room and Lobby, Culver City, CA 10am-4pm.
Free Admission and parking. For more information, and to check out pictures of some of what are vendors are selling, go to our Pop Up webpage!
submitted by Sylvia Humphrey, Vendor Manager
Pauline Lum, long time member of the Bead Society passed away in August.
Pauline was a very active participant. She volunteered at many of our events, and attended most of the in person meetings. You could often see her handing out promotional bags at our Bazaars. She didn't like Zoom, but she occasionally came in for a meeting during the last few years with help from her family. Many of us were happy to see her at the Holiday Party last December. To see more about Pauline, you can go to Legacy.com.
Pauline Lum Obituary (1930 - 2023) - Legacy Remembers
Pauline was feisty, generous and always elegantly dressed. She let you know where she stood, and often made useful suggestions to the Board! She may have been one of the Bead Society's Secretaries at some point. Pauline had wonderful collections of beads that she would share with the group, and she will be sorely missed.
We will have a display of pictures about Pauline at the Oct 28 Holiday Pop Up. Come pay your respects.
The Bead Society