Upcoming Special Crafting Events
CM Advisors Only
Day Crop at Welcome Home Retreat
Saturday, September 1st, 2018
10 am – 5 pm
Lunch will be Provided
CM Advisors only
RSVP Jackie at 817-709-6338
October 5th – 7th, 2018
We have big plans for all attendees of Croptoberfest Weekend. We will be giving out goody bags to everyone and will be doing a drawing for an awesome door prize! In addition to all the goodies, if you reserve your spot and pay your $225 by 5 pm on September 1st, 2018, you will also receive a FREE Croptoberfest package from Creative Memories! Check-in will be at 9 am on Friday, October 5th and check out is on Sunday, October 7th at 2 pm. Meals start with lunch Friday and end with lunch on Sunday. Want an extra long weekend then add Thursday for an additional $15. Call Jackie at 817-709-6338 to reserve your spots.
November 30th – December 2nd, 2018
Time to finish up your projects for the Holidays. Call now to book the weekend before you fill up your calendar with shopping and Holiday parties. Call 817-709-6338 and talk to Jackie about booking.
Welcome Home Retreat
A Ladies Crafting Retreat to
Relax ◊ Create ◊ Inspire
NO MINIMUM GROUP SIZE
Ladies, we accept groups of 1 to 27.
This means you can come alone or with a group of any size.
We are only closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas.
We are a Non Smoking Property.
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY ARE OUR
$15 “NO FRILLS” CRAFT DAYS.
Ladies! Come out and work on your crafting projects from 9 am to 5 pm in one of our 3 large crafting rooms for only $15 per day.
Bring your lunch and favorite drinks with you or lunch at one of the great restaurants in nearby Weatherford, TX.
Please give Jackie a 24 hour notice that you’ll be coming. See you soon!
Make your reservations now!
Located in North Texas, Welcome Home Retreat is a ladies crafting retreat just 3 miles south of Weatherford, Texas off Tin Top Road. We are on 6 acres of ranch land bordered by a creek on the east side and a large pond on the west side. Our neighbors include longhorn cattle who are curious about guests across “their” fence and plenty of wildlife such as chickens, turkeys, road runners and an occasional deer. You may even get to meet Hamlet the pig out on one of his walks. Guests can enjoy an afternoon on the porch in lazy rocking chairs exchanging long return stares with these native Texans or capturing a picturesque moment at sundown.
When that relaxing moment changes, guests can move to the hot tub adjoining the pool, or sit in the courtyard contemplating the beauty and sounds of nature while listening to the creek meandering through the trees. The serenity of the surroundings should melt away the anxiety of city life enough to inspire creativity and allow guests to be productive on individual projects.