MERA Weavers

The MERA Heritage Weavers are a cooperative group of weavers who meet regularly to share their knowledge, skills and love of weaving. This non-profit group also coordinates weaving demonstrations and participation at various sales events in the region.

This group has expanded significantly from a core group over the last few years. The current membership has grown to the point where space and equipment have become limiting factors. There are now 7 looms of various sizes and styles at MERA. Several of these looms are setup with extra-long warps which become cooperative projects that various members work on when they can.

Aspiring, novice and experienced weavers are all welcome to drop by MERA 10am to 12pm Thursdays when members are there planning and working on projects and available to share ideas and enthusiasm. As with all groups at the schoolhouse, you must have a MERA membership to become a regular member of the MERA Weavers.

View Gallery & History

Check out the 2018 MERA Weavers Exhibition: Still Weaving After 20 Years

For additional information contact Lise Loader at 613 326 0087 or Mary Donnelly at 613 267 3447.