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Guild Meetings
The Hunterdon County Rug Artisans Guild meets on the second Friday of the month from 10:00 to 2:00. Our meetings normally consist of a short business meeting, a “show & tell” portion and a program on some aspect of rug hooking.  Refreshments are provided by Guild volunteers. Used wool garments are often available for those who hook with recycled wool. Members are encouraged to bring their rug hooking equipment and to work on their latest project. Guests are always welcome to attend a meeting before joining the Guild.

Our normal meeting site is in of the Hunterdon County Complex on Route 12, outside of Flemington, NJ. We meet in Assembly Room B in the County Administration Building. As you turn off Route 12 onto the road leading into the Complex, make the first right into the parking lot. The meeting is in the first building on the right. The street address for the Complex is 314 State Highway 12, although that does not appear on the road.

When our regular meeting site is not available, we normally meet in the Court Room within the Police Station at the Raritan Township Municipal Complex — a very short distance from our regular meeting room. The Complex is by the Rt. 12 and Rt. 523 traffic circle just outside Flemington, NJ. The address, which does not appear on the road, is 1 Municipal Drive, Flemington, NJ 08822-3446.

If the alternate meeting location is being used it will be noted in the monthly meeting description, which is located on the Information and Events page.

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The Hunterdon County Rug Artisans Guild was founded in April 1977. We currently have over 130 members from nine states. The mission of the Guild is to perpetuate the tradition and art of rug hooking, to encourage creativity, to provide the means for an exchange of ideas and information and to promote educational activities to enhance the interest in rug hooking. Monthly meetings in Flemington, New Jersey offer programs for someone new to rug hooking as well as the seasoned artisan. Members have opportunities to participate in hooking demonstrations, rug exhibits, rug camps and “hook-ins”. A supportive environment is provided for those new to the craft and for those looking to refine their technique. New members are always welcome!

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