General Membership Information
Want to learn to make beautiful jewelry?
It’s the perfect time to join Beaders Club. We enjoy bead stringing, kumihimo, bead embroidery, wire work, viking knit and much more. We offer classes for beginner, intermediate and advanced beaders.
Classes are offered year round. Our format is open beading, come and go as you would like.
For more information, drop by Beardsley Rec. Center, Sagebrush room #5 Mondays 6 – 9 pm and Wednesdays 10 am – 4 pm.
Please do not wear perfume or scented lotions to club out of respect for members with breathing sensitivities.
Membership can mean a little or a lot!
Camaraderie and friendship with other beaders is one of the most significant benefits of being a member. However, there is a lot to participate in. Membership can mean a little or a lot to the individual member. Here are some of the benefits of being a member:
- Beginner Classes
- Intermediate and Advance classes
- Opportunities to sell your bead work
- Annual trip to Tucson Bead & Gem Show
- Annual Picnic
New members must have a current Recreation Card
- Annual dues are $10.00 per year
- ID Badge is $7.00 (required)
- Beginner’s Kit is $7.00 (optional)
- Must have a current Recreation Card
- Annual dues are $10.00 per year, waived for 2021 renewing members
- Renew in person or email email@example.com to request a renewal, providing your Rec Card number
All dues are paid by check only. The SCW Beaders Club does not take cash or credit cards.
Club Policies and Procedures
Beaders Club Policy and Procedures
Monitoring Quick Reference
Monitoring Policy and Duties
Board meetings are usually the 2nd Monday of each month. However, please check the club calendar as meetings may be rescheduled or cancelled.
Please check our club calendar for scheduled general meeting
Club activitites include: Classes, Community, Car Pool Options, Club Garage Sales, Field Trips, Annual Holiday Party, Annual Picnic, annual Tucson Bus Trip.
Use of Library
Library books and magazines are not allowed to leave the club room. Members can check out a book while at the club by completing the sign-out form located at the monitor’s desk, indicating the title of the book. The member must leave their driver’s license or recreation center card with the monitor while they look at the book or publication. When the book is returned, the monitor will return the driver’s license or recreation center card to the member.
Selling Venues & Information
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Spring & Fall Art and Craft Fairs
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Spring & Fall Bling Flings
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Club members are also able to sell items in the Club Cabinet