Laura Jean Whitcomb made this card suitable for framing
The Lebanon Art and Crafts Association (LACA), founded in 1972, is a cooperative non-profit membership organization based in the Upper Valley area of New Hampshire. Our purpose is to "bring artists and crafts people together for mutual support and encouragement, to promote appreciation of art and crafts within the area, and to promote the sale of work as a stimulus to the creative interests and talents of the members" (LACA Bylaws).
Carl Hill turned these wine stoppers
The members of LACA represent a wide variety of crafts and craft people in the Upper Valley. Although LACA does not have a jury system per se, the bylaws stipulate that all crafts must be of "high quality," "demonstrate technical proficiency," and "show individuality, originality, or creativity in their design or execution" (LACA Bylaws). While our crafts may include manufactured parts, it is required that all "items offered at each show and/or sale shall be substantially crafted by the member" (LACA Bylaws).
Andy & John Hamel made these card carts great for family game nights
If you would like more information about the Association, please use one of following options:
LACA's bylaws are available for download on our Applications and Forms page.
Dorothy Hayes knit these ladder yarn scarves
2020 LACA Board Members
- President — Dorothy Hayes
- Vice President — Rhonda Tinkham
- Treasurer — Jane Oakes
- Assistant Treasurer — Barbara Richmond
- Secretary — Heather Burgess