We are living in interesting times as we work to find a safe pathway through the COVID-19 virus. So far, it appears the social distancing / self-monitoring / event cancellation / travel advisory measures put in place by our various governments appear to be serving us well here in Saskatchewan. For your information, the direct link to all updates from our provincial government can be found here: : https://www.saskatchewan.ca/coronavirus#utm_campaign=q2_2015&utm_medium=short&utm_source=%2Fcoronavirus
The SQG needs to find ways to model adherence to government health and safety measures for a variety of reasons that include, but are not limited to:
1. Our membership, for the most part, is part of the vulnerable population for this virus.
2. Many in our membership have a habit of travelling (and enjoying themselves!).
3. Our community leaders are asking all of us to pay attention to social distancing, personal hygiene, self-monitoring, and virus containment.
4. In the last few days, advice from various government departments has become more restrictive for group settings, not less restrictive.
Your executive has decided that at this time, we are discontinuing all SQG meetings, sewing days and guild activities until further notice.
- Retreat April 3 – 5 is cancelled. Participants will receive a full refund. If you booked a room, please remember to cancel it.
- Serendipity is cancelled for the remainder of this year – Mar 21, Apr 18 and May 9. There are items for sewing, quilting and binding that would be available for pick up from Joan Acorn – 306-664-3627 if you are interested.
- Special Events – the hanging at Parkridge has been cancelled.
Regina Quilt Show Bus trip,
May 8 has also been cancelled. Anyone who has already signed up and paid for
this expect a call from Special Events to arrange the return of your money.
Stay well, stay home and sew to your heart’s content everyone, and thank you.
“In the end it will be impossible to know if we overreacted and did too much, but it will be QUITE apparent if we under reacted and did too little.” Dr. Daniel Hile