While we are meeting in person (hybrid model, so we Zoom, too), we will continue to decide on a month-by-month basis as to whether we will be having a Hybrid (in-person and Zoom) meeting or an all-virtual meeting via Zoom. So watch for the email to hit your Inbox two days before each meeting.
If you are NEW to us, please Contact us to see if we are meeting in person or via Zoom-only.
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***Please help support Dayton EGA by signing up at Kroger*** so that every time you shop there, a tiny bit will come to Dayton EGA each quarter at no cost to you. Directions are on the Kroger website here: https://www.kroger.com/i/community/community-rewards or you can print these directions out. Dayton is listed as Embroiderer's Guild of America Dayton Chapter. You can also use our number, RV738, to add us.
EGA Dayton Ohio Chapter was formed in 1975 and is part of the Great Lakes Region.
We help support the Backpack Program at Christ UMC in Kettering and the Food Pantry at Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church in Springfield.
The Wednesday Group meets the second Wednesday of each month at 10:00 AM Eastern Time at Christ United Methodist Church, 3440 Shroyer Road, Kettering, OH 45429. For 2023, we will meet in Room 114 (unless we are Zoom only).
The Satellite Stitchers meet 1st Wednesday (except July, August and December), 9:30 a.m. at Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1801 St. Paris, Springfield OH. Contact Bette Kelley. Remember to bring items for the food bank--it's our 'rent.' Please contact Bette before coming.
Come visit a chapter meeting -- no experience needed--
Share in the wonderful world of embroidery!
The Embroiderers' Guild of America, Inc., (EGA), formed for the express purpose of fostering the art of needlework and associated arts, is made up of 13 regions across the US and Canada and is comprised of 345 chapters, including a cyberspace chapter, with international representation among the nearly 16,000 members. EGA is a not-for-profit corporation headquartered in Louisville KY.
The mission of EGA is to stimulate appreciation for and celebrate the heritage of embroidery by advancing the highest standards of excellence in its practice through education, exhibition, preservation, collection and research.