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Stitch & Sip
April 25 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
“Stitch & Sip”
$10 suggested donation (includes wine, appetizers, and craft materials)
Stop-in anytime between 6 pm – 9 pm
Similar to the popular “Wine & Paint” nights, guests are invited to the Greeley House to work on a decorative sampler (no experience necessary and appropriate for all skill levels) while enjoying wine and the company of other stitchers. Please feel free to “pop-in” for any length of time, long or short!
Are you in the middle of an embroidery project at home? Guests are also invited to bring their own projects along to work on them right in the museum in a social setting.
While registration is not necessary and walk-ins are welcome, please help us to plan for the program by preregistering here: www.eventbrite.com.
The program includes an evening viewing of, A Stitch in Time: Needlework from Westchester, 1774 to the Present.
The NCHS’s exhibition, A Stitch in Time: Needlework from Westchester, 1774 to the Present, traces the artistry and social history of Westchester girls and women through needlework, from the colonial era to modern day. The exhibition focuses on the how and why of needlework: the techniques used, the skill and creativity exhibited, and the different ways in which the pieces represent evolving societal expectations of women and girls.