Please note:  Registration for the November 24-25th In-town retreat is open .  An email was sent to all current members with a link to the registration form.

Although capacity limits are changing with the reopening of Ontario, the Guild is continuing with the previous restricted limits until we can operate safely. Therefore, the number of participants for the November in town retreat is limited to 30 members who are double vaccinated.

We will meet at the Kanata Legion on Wednesday, November 24 at 9:00, stay until early evening (8:00 p.m.) and return on Thursday, November 25 and sew until mid-afternoon (3:00 p.m.).

The cost of this two-day retreat is $75.00. The price includes all food – two morning snacks, two lunches and supper on Wednesday served by the Ladies’ Auxiliary, gratuities, and retreat activities.

Members will work on personal sewing projects and take part in some quilt related activities.

Registration must be completed using the form found here . Payment must be received by Wednesday, November 10, to hold your spot. Further details will be sent to registrants once payment is received. Applications will be accepted in order of payment. Should more than 30 members register, a wait list will be generated, and those names will be given precedence for the spring February and March retreats.


  • By Cheque: mail cheque (payable to Kanata Quilt Guild) to Kanata Quilt Guild Treasurer, 21 Carbery Drive, Stittsville, ON K2S 1E5.
  • E-transfer: Send the transfer to Kanata Quilt Guild at (no password is required). Your membership name must be clear in the transfer. Be sure to indicate that this is the In-Town fee in the message area on the transfer form.

Covid-19 Statement – Members understand that participation in guild activities is at their own risk and agree to comply with the COVID-19 precautions recommended by the Ottawa Public Health Agency and Ontario provincial health authorities and as requested by our Guild.

Participants MUST be double vaccinated (proof required for the Legion) to attend and be prepared to wear a mask in the hall when not eating or drinking.