Make It - MHETA!

Register here: https://memberlink.mbteach.org/Event.axd?e=2532

Manitoba Home Economics Teachers' Association (MHETA)

Conference Title: Make It - MHETA!

Location: Virtual

Date: October 21, 2022

Program
09:00 am - 09:25 am - Login/Waiting Room
09:30 am - 11:45 am - AM Sessions
11:45 am - 01:15 pm - LUNCH ON YOUR OWN
01:15 pm - 01:30 pm - Login
01:30 pm - 03:30 pm - PM Sessions

Option A - Artisan Bread Making - full day
Option B - Beading Workshop am & Textile Workshop pm
Option C - Textile Workshop am & Beading Workshop pm

Online registration opens on Tuesday, September 6, 2022

Membership and Conference Fees
MHETA Conference Fee (non-member) ........................$72
MHETA Membership and Conference Fee ...................$45
MHETA Student Membership and Conference Fee ....$25
MHETA 2022-2023 Membership Fee ............................$40

*Registration is NON-REFUNDABLE.

If you need Conference or Registration Information, please send a message to Jeff Laurin, Conference Registration Chairperson, and/or Carmen Sichewski, Conference Chairperson: jjlaurin@shaw.ca or send text to: 204-229-0363.

Looking forward to seeing you at the conference!

Sessions - 9:30 AM-3:30 PM

FULL - A - Introduction to Artisan Bread - All Day Workshop

Learn to bake a loaf of artisan bread using the no knead, overnight rise technique and a Dutch oven. If you do not have a dutch oven, the presenter will also demonstrate using a bread pan and steam. This is a great introductory class for those with little baking experience or those who would like to try some new techniques.

* This workshop requires participants to provide their own materials and to prepare ingredients the night before (15 minutes) *



Required Materials:

• Dutch oven (3.5 quart/3.3 L round Le Creuset) OR a bread pan and an oven-safe pan
  (cast iron or metal baking pan for the steam)
• Bench/Dough/Pastry Scraper - plastic or metal
• Large mixing bowl
• Oven Mitts
• Large Plastic Bag, plastic wrap, or dish towel
• Kitchen Scale (or measuring cups)
• Measuring Spoons
• Bread Banneton (or large bowl and dish towel if you do not have a banneton)
• Aluminum foil
• A device that supports the use of ZOOM for virtual learning

If you are looking to purchase products visit Winnipeg Bread’s recommended products here: https://www.winnipegbread.com/products
Participants will be sent an ingredient list and PDF resources and a ZOOM link prior to the workshop.

Presenter: Jared Ozuk



Jared Ozuk has been baking for over 20 years. His first professional bakery experience was at the National Bakery in Guelph Ontario, where he learned the skills, organization and hustle that is involved in a high production wholesale Italian bakery. Later he moved to Whitehorse, YT to bake at the Alpine Bakery, and learned about organic sourdough breads, milling grains and baking in a wood fired oven. These days Jared still bakes recreationally and has started offering classes to the public. Winnipeg Bread was founded from the true passion of sharing the joy of baking with others.

Time: 9:00 am - 3:30 pm

Platform: Virtual


FULL - B - Beading Workshop am / Textile Workshop pm

AM Workshop: Beaded Bookmark



Required Materials:
• Supply list will be sent to registered participants.
• Beading materials available on Jessie’s Website: https://www.beadnbutter.ca/
• A device that supports the use of ZOOM for virtual learning

*Participants will be sent a ZOOM link prior to the workshop.*

Presenter: Jessie Pruden



Jessie Pruden is a Métis Beader from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Her fun and colourful designs are inspired by her friends, family, nature, and her culture. Jessie started beading in 2020, during quarantine. The loneliness of lockdown made her want to connect with her family, so she ordered a beading kit from Cedarlilie Beads, and invested 12 hours every day for months practicing using YouTube and eventually reaching out to fellow beaders and family for help. She soon found an amazing beading community, and this new craft allowed her to connect to many new friends and reconnect with old ones.

She now happily beads everyday with her brother, Noel, and her little half-chihuahua, half-pug, Bella (for moral support). Jessie pulls from many aspects of her life for inspiration. She identifies as a queer, disabled, Métis woman, and finds lots of colour and lights in those communities that she channels in her contemporary designs. Jessie went to Paris Fashion Week earlier this year to display her jewelry.

Website: https://www.beadnbutter.ca/
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/bead_n_butter

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PM Workshop: Braided-in Rug Making

Learn to make durable machine-washable rugs from old fabrics. A two-hour virtual class is all you need to learn the basics of starting a rug. From there it is yours to enjoy! Participants need: two contrasting fabrics, about three yards each (bedsheets work well), scissors, a needle and thread. That's it! Can't wait to have you!



Participants are responsible for providing their own materials.

Presenter: Kathryn Swanson



Kathryn Swanson has over 25 years of experience in the fiber arts and teaching. She is the founder/owner of Swanson's Fabrics in Western Massachusetts and a passionate promoter of creative textile reuse.

Website: https://www.swansonsfabrics.com/
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/swansonsfabric

Time: 9:30 am - 11:45 am - Beading Workshop
Time: 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm - Textile Workshop

Platform: Virtual


C - Textile Workshop am / Beading Workshop pm (5 spots remaining)

AM Workshop: Braided-in Rug Making

Learn to make durable machine-washable rugs from old fabrics. A two-hour virtual class is all you need to learn the basics of starting a rug. From there it is yours to enjoy! Participants need: two contrasting fabrics, about three yards each (bedsheets work well), scissors, a needle and thread. That's it! Can't wait to have you!



Participants are responsible for providing their own materials.

Presenter: Kathryn Swanson



Kathryn Swanson has over 25 years of experience in the fiber arts and teaching. She is the founder/owner of Swanson's Fabrics in Western Massachusetts and a passionate promoter of creative textile reuse.

Website: https://www.swansonsfabrics.com/
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/swansonsfabric

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PM Workshop: Beaded Bookmark



Required Materials:
• Supply list will be sent to registered participants.
• Beading materials available on Jessie’s Website: https://www.beadnbutter.ca/
• A device that supports the use of ZOOM for virtual learning

*Participants will be sent a ZOOM link prior to the workshop.*

Presenter: Jessie Pruden



Jessie Pruden is a Métis Beader from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Her fun and colourful designs are inspired by her friends, family, nature, and her culture. Jessie started beading in 2020, during quarantine. The loneliness of lockdown made her want to connect with her family, so she ordered a beading kit from Cedarlilie Beads, and invested 12 hours every day for months practicing using YouTube and eventually reaching out to fellow beaders and family for help. She soon found an amazing beading community, and this new craft allowed her to connect to many new friends and reconnect with old ones.

She now happily beads everyday with her brother, Noel, and her little half-chihuahua, half-pug, Bella (for moral support). Jessie pulls from many aspects of her life for inspiration. She identifies as a queer, disabled, Métis woman, and finds lots of colour and lights in those communities that she channels in her contemporary designs. Jessie went to Paris Fashion Week earlier this year to display her jewelry.

Website: https://www.beadnbutter.ca/
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/bead_n_butter

Time: 9:30 am - 11:45 am - Textile Workshop
Time: 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm - Beading Workshop

Platform: Virtual