Coral Springs Craft Guild

About Us


Coral Springs Craft Guild began in 1977 as a way to promote crafts and serve our community in Coral Springs. Since then, the Guild has become a leading member of the cultural community. The Guild isĀ  comprised of talented crafters and anyone interested in enjoying crafts and crafting!

The purpose of the Craft Guild as stated by our founders is to improve the quality of hand-crafted items sold in the area, stimulate creativity in design and use of materials, provide an outlet for the exhibition and sale of members’ work, interact with our community through scholarships and many other community service projects, and enhance fellowship within the crafting community.

Since 1984, the Guild has awarded over $68,000 in scholarships to artistic high school seniors. The scholarship program is open to any high school senior living in Coral Springs or attending high school in Coral Springs. We awarded three scholarships in 2024: a $750 scholarship along with two $500 scholarships!!

2023 OfFicers

President: Janice Lockhart
1st VP (Fall Show Coordinator): Kathy Werthman
2nd VP (Membership): Lisa Rhea
3rd VP (Spring Events Coordinator): Anji Scarbrough
Treasurer: Marie Houston
Secretary: Jill Kareef


Our Events

Our major events each year are our participation in the Annual Festival of the Arts in Coral Springs and our fall Craft Show and Holiday Boutique. Both of these feature beautiful, top quality hand-crafted items. Our fall show is very well attended and our customers are always been enthusiastic about the our variety and quality of our crafts!

The Guild holds a general meeting on the third Wednesday of each month (except December) at 7:00 pm. The meetings are open to any adults interested in crafting. Meetings feature make-and-take home projects or a demonstration by an accomplished artisan. Check out the Meetings page for this month’s exciting program! Click on Contact Us and just send us an email if you would like more information, or just come to a meeting!

A very important part of our Guild is our Community Service. Over the years, along with our scholarship program, our community service projects have included making blankets for newborns and for nursing home residents, creating thank you cards for our military service men and women, collecting school supplies for children, making hygiene kits for the homeless, teaching art/craft projects to children and adults, knitting and crocheting red infant hats for the American Heart Association, donating tree seedlings to Coral Springs after hurricane Wilma, providing Ronald McDonald house with art supplies, pop-tops, and toys and games, donating baskets of handmade items for raffles at cancer fund raising events, collecting pounds and pounds of canned food for local feeding programs, doing art projects at SOS Children’s Village, children’s summer camps, and the library, creating comfort bears for first responders to distribute to children, making port-a-cath pillows for cancer patients, and MUCH more!

Here’s a picture from our Coat Drive for the Homeless. We collected coats, along with socks and fruit, and we filled all these bags!!!

Coat Drive 2021