Camrose & District Craft Centre

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We have found a wonderful new home at The Bethany Group, ROSEHAVEN, across from the hospital.  Our new address is 4612 – 53 St Camrose. Renovations are now complete, but because of COVID-19, registration will be delayed. 

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Welcome to our website. SORRY, CLASSES ARE NOT BEING OFFERED AT THIS TIME. Our centre will have Pottery, Weaving and Woodworking hopefully starting in the New Year, 2021.


Thanks to the wonderful workers from Rosehaven, the renovations to the Craft Centre are now complete. Unfortunately, due to the uncertainty caused by the Covid-19 outbreak, we are unable to set a date for registration. We hope to have registration… Continue Reading →


Putting our latest loom to good use making 10 spectacular tea towels.

Raku & Horse Hair Day 2019

On Saturday, June 15 we had an outstanding day experiencing magic and beauty of the pieces coming out of the kiln. We know this to be a fact by the oohs and aahs. Our centre has a long standing annual… Continue Reading →


Brenda Danbrook, a master potter from Opal Alberta gave twelve potters from our club a course on textures and design on Saturday, January 19, 2019.  It was inspiring learning new techniques and tips to further our creativity.  A big thank… Continue Reading →

50/50 Winner for 2018

The 50/50 winner for 2018 is Lynette Hovelson of Camrose with a pay out of $2080. Randy Patrie of Ryley won $100 and Cliff Jevne of Bittern Lake won $50. Congratulations go out to this year’s winners. Pictured is Lynette… Continue Reading →

Spinning Demonstration by Lois Larson on CALC Registration Night 2018


Spectacular Raku and Horsehair Pottery came out of the kiln on Saturday, June 16. The Craft Centre has a long standing tradition of holding an annual day in the spring where potters are invited to participate in this unique event…. Continue Reading →


On December 11, 2017 a group from the Camrose Craft Centre met to make “upcycled sweater mitts”. A big thank you to Alina for organizing this very unique and fun event.

Lifetime Membership Award – Adam Miller

   Adam Miller was honoured for his service with a Lifetime Membership Award. Virginia Rogers acknowledged Adam’s craftsmanship in woodworking and willingness to fix, mend or build items in the woodworking, weaving or pottery rooms.  Over the years Adam has… Continue Reading →

Here are just two examples of the beautiful projects being crafted in our Wood Working shop. You would think that both are built by accomplished artisans but both are built by first year students. Manish built the maple table and… Continue Reading →

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