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LACA Meetings

Meeting Information

Starting in August 2021 our meetings are open to the public and are in a new location: the Enfield United Methodist Church, 314 US Route 4, Enfield, New Hampshire, 03748. For directions, visit Google Maps.

We kindly ask that those who are not fully COVID-19 vaccinated wear a mask.

Note that we do not have meetings in November or December due to our Christmas Show and Sale.

Laurel Pollard made this wiggly worm magnetLaurel Pollard made this wiggly worm magnet

LACA holds a monthly meeting on the third Wednesday of each month at 6:00 pm. Starting in August 2021 our meetings are in a new location: the Enfield United Methodist Church, 314 US Route 4, Enfield, New Hampshire, 03748. For directions, visit Google Maps. (We kindly ask that those who are not fully COVID-19 vaccinated wear a mask.) Guests are welcome. Although the elected president presides over the monthly meeting, LACA conducts its business in a democratic manner, with each member present having a voice and a vote in deciding plans and activities. These activities include electing officers, determining the community endeavors LACA will support, and arranging and holding craft shows.

Within the larger organization, LACA also offers several committees in which members are encouraged to become involved:

Diana Wyman constructed this purse and  Woodlander characterDiana Wyman constructed this purse and Woodlander character
Kathleen Curwen made this stained glass dragonKathleen Curwen made this stained glass dragon
These are two of Jane Lemire's fluid art wall artThese are two of Jane Lemire's fluid art wall art
This quilt was made by Rhonda TinkhamThis quilt was made by Rhonda Tinkham

Directions to Tall Timbers Park Clubhouse, Quechee, VT

Click for directions using Google Maps.

Driving northbound or southbound on I-89

Go straight down the hill towards a conventional building, bear right to park in front of in ground pool. There is a handicapped-accessible entrance. 

From Woodstock, Vermont

Go straight down the hill towards a conventional building, bear right to park in front of in ground pool. There is a handicapped-accessible entrance. 

From White River Junction, Vermont

Go straight down the hill towards a conventional building, bear right to park in front of in ground pool. There is a handicapped-accessible entrance. 

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