Camrose & District Craft Centre

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Camrose Community Centre 2nd floor, 4516 – 54 St. Camrose AB.   We are in the same building as the Field House, east side. Parking and entrance on north side of building.

Weaving Instruction during preschool tour

Four-year old James Thirsk from the Camrose and District Preschool helps instructor Virginia Rogers work the loom. If you are interested in learning how to weave, check out our post under “Courses and Workshops”.  

Pottery lesson for preschool tour

Gail Muirhead, a pottery teacher at the Craft Centre, shows Case, Michelle, Koba, James, Abbygail and Rylan how a pottery wheel operates while forming clay objects. Camrose Canadian

Want to become an artisan?

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Welcome to our website.  We would encourage you to take a moment to view our courses and short workshops.  It is an amazing opportunity for you to develop, be creative and be involved with others.


Woodworking is offered Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons. It is also offered Thursday evenings. Have some woodworking projects you would like to complete but need help? Assistance is given to participants in creating their projects. Work in a well equipped woodworking… Continue Reading →


Pottery classes are offered Monday evenings, Wednesday afternoons; as well as Tuesday evenings. The Tuesday class is for intermediate and advanced potters. Develop your skills with clay! Intro to Pottery (handbuilding, glazes) Give clay a try – create coasters, trivets,… Continue Reading →

Rotary Club of Camrose supports Craft Centre!

Lois Larson accepts a donation from the Rotary Club of Camrose. Thank you Rotary Club for supporting our centre.

Our 2015 50/50 Winner

Barb Fontaine of Bittern Lake (center) was our 2015 50/50 winner of $1570. President Annette Sarginson (left) and Virginia Rogers (right) present her with her cheque.

60 Years Strong

Celebrating 60 years of service to the community!


Weaving for intermediate and advanced weavers is offered Wednesday evenings from 7- 9 pm. Weavers meet in groups and decide what to weave, order yarns, put on warps and weave off the projects. The cycle is repeated.

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