Norah Brennan: Textiles - Lyndhurst Art & Culture Tour
Long Point School House - just North of Long Point Rd on County Rd 3
3410 County Road 3
Fibre & textile arts
After many years of knitting, she wanted to better understand the process of creating the materials she was using and began spinning yarn from a variety of materials, though primarily sheep's wool. The process of creating, the serenity and patience that are the by-products of the art of spinning have always been more interesting to Norah than the end result. Norah bought her first spinning wheel in 2013, and will be demonstrating during the day in the former Long Point School House. Norah will be displaying at the Long Point School House. All displays at the School House are by descendants of Daniel O’Connor and Bridget Trainor, pioneer settlers at Long Point (1830), south of Lyndhurst. The Long Point School (SS#5) was built in 1862 and has been restored to the way it was around 1900. It closed as a school in 1960 and reverted to ownership of the O’Connor family. Currently proudly owned by Denis and Margaret Brennan, Margaret is the gr gr granddaughter of Daniel O’Connor. All welcome to come and ring the School Bell!
This event is free.
Fri Sep 25
Sat Sep 26
Sun Sep 27
11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Lyndhurst Rejuvenation Committee
The Lyndhurst Rejuvenation Committee is a volunteer group passionate about Lyndhurst & area. We organize and promote events as well as fund raise for community improvements. Lyndhurst & area is home to a wide variety of extremely talented artists and artisans. Our goal is to promote our village as a welcoming hub for the arts.
This event is part of a hub:
Organized by Lyndhurst Rejuvenation Committee
The self guided tour invites visitors to come spend the day in Lyndhurst & Area enjoying local artistic talent and hospitality. At locations in and around the historic village of Lyndhurst participants will be able to visit various fine art...
3410 County Road 3
South of Lyndhurst on County Rd 3. On the Right just before Long Point Rd.