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Button Show in Reno Make your HOTEL room reservations via THIS LINK with group code. open to the public on October 5(Fri) and 6 (Sat), 2018.at Harrahs in Reno219 N Center Street, Reno NV 89501 (775) 786-3232 $64 weeknights, $104 Friday & Saturday nights$14 Daily Resort Fee, includes wi-fi, athletic club & local callsMake room reservations via this […]
WRBA Show Registration is open till September 20. Register today to attend the button show!
Thank you for attending the Western Regional Button Association 2017 Button Show! In addition to the Showroom sales, it was chock full of activities like: Welcome Presentation: “Notorious Women” by Anne Morgan One-Card Button Sale, participated by all Button Competition and Display Presentation: “The Tokaido Road Station Stops” by Barbara Johnson Presentation: “Asia through the […]
(Division VI) is designed for collectors to display buttons for the pure joy of it. We invite all of you to share your favorite buttons for their artistic beauty, education, or both. [read more]
That said, I would like to encourage judges to extend BOD (benefit of the doubt) whenever possible. Entrants would rather have a comment made about “poor choice, or have credit deducted from their tray, rather than be eliminated altogether. [read more]
4) Leave out any buttons that may raise questions in your own mind. Focus is the key to determining button classification. Remember the old adage “when in doubt, leave it out.” [read more]
2) If an award is written ambiguously, ask questions or simply don’t enter. 3) Label your tray whenever you use a button that is not completely obvious as to why you chose it. This guides the judges on your thinking. [read more]
2017 Awards are now published in the February WRBA newsletter. Click to view the full list. WRBA members are eligible to participate in the competition at the 2017 WRBA Convention in Reno, Nevada.
1) Read the award carefully, paying special attention to class number(s) listed, division, number and size. Read the glossary for these classes to gather additional information. Check and double check your tray, especially if you have made any last minute changes. [read more]
by Barb Barrans … As hard as we try to construct a classification to eliminate confusion and controversy, we find that the judging process will always involve some measure of interpretation. Here are some thoughts on how to avoid unpleasant judging experiences. [read more]
This button used to be accepted as a lacy in some of the competitions. However, it does not have the requisite surface “stippling” design characteristics to be a lacy. So, its description has been changed to “Victorian” thanks to a member comment posted from the page. Become a WRBA member today and learn together […]