Sunday, December 11, 2016

The BMQG 2017 Annual Retreat Registration is OPEN!

The Boston Modern Quilt Guild annual retreat will be held from 16-19 March 2017 at the Franciscan Guest House in lovely Kennebunkport, ME. For the uninitiated, the retreat consists of 25 manic quilters for an entire weekend of non-stop sewing with a few activities thrown in for diversion from your favorite diversion! To see more about what happened at last year’s retreat, click here.

IMPORTANT NOTE: You must be a 2017 member of the BMQG to attend the retreat. Join the BMQG at our membership tab or click here!

The cost to attend is as follows depending on whether you choose to spend 2 or 3 nights in a single or double occupancy room. If you choose double occupancy, you must already know who your roommate will be and you must both sign up for the same number of nights. Costs are per person.

2 nights, single occupancy          $210
2 nights, double occupancy         $140
3 nights, single occupancy           $305
3 nights, double occupancy         $205

A deposit of $100 is required to reserve your spot, with the final payment due by 10 February. You also have the option to pay in full when you sign up. Cost includes your room, breakfast on all days, and lunch on Saturday. 

Annual Retreat Final Payment
BMQG Member Name

New Registration Retreat Payment (Subject to Availability After 7 February)
BMQG Member Name
Name of Roommate if Booking a Double Room

Cancellation Policy:
Your reservation may be cancelled without a fee until 9 February 2017. Cancellations received between 10 February and 2 March will forfeit the $100 deposit. No refunds are given after 2 March. These cancellation fees are imposed by the guest house.

Retreat Survey:
This is your retreat! We have put together a brief survey to help us determine what you would like to include. Please click here to go to the survey. 

Retreat Coordinator:
If you have any questions at all, please contact Susan McKinney at susan at

2016 RETREAT (with charity quilt we made from fabrics donated by Connecting Threads, The Warm Company and Gwen Marceline)

Connecting Threads
Northcott Fabrics
Robert Kaufman
The Warm Company

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