If you are already a current member of WGB, please use this link to go to the Membership Renewal page.  You will need to sign in to your account (or create a website account if you do not have one).

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The yearbook is available as an emailed PDF or on paper in a 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" binder (added $10 fee).  Please choose your preference:

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(If you selected to have a paper copy of the Yearbook, please also pick the Paper Yearbook fee of $10 when paying your membership dues.)

The quarterly bulletin includes the draft and information sheet for a woven sample, including a scan of the fabric.  In addition, you can choose to get a physical sample that can be picked up at the meetings by you or a friend or, for a postage fee of $4.00, mailed to you once a year, after the last meeting in May.  Please choose your preference:

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(If you selected to have the woven sample mailed to you, please also pick the Bulletin Sample Postage fee of $4.00 when paying your membership dues.)

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Please submit this form before paying your dues!

I wish to pay by check.  Make check payable to Weavers' Guild of Boston and send it to  Weavers' Guild of Boston , c/o Beth Guertin, 49 Pleasant St, Waltham MA 02452

Joining the Weavers' Guild of Boston allows you to attend classes at a reduced rate, enter the ratings program, borrow from our extensive library, and participate in the Annual Sale.  You will receive a Yearbook in PDF format that will be updated each year, and an ID tag to wear at the meetings.  Optionally you may purchase a printed Yearbook and a 5x8 3-ring binder for an additional $10.  Membership dues are $45 for the year beginning August 1st through the next July 31st.

 

Joining the guild as a first-time member is easy!  Just fill out the form below, press Submit, and then proceed to pay the membership dues of $45.  You will receive a confirmation and your Guild membership number. 

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