Due to Severe Thunderstorms, STORIES OF THE STITCH, the Arts Council’s Outdoor Quilt Show and Fiber Arts Showcase, has been postponed until Saturday, Sept. 15th.
The Rain Date of Saturday, Sept. 15th will have all the wonderful quilts, vendors, musicians & fiber arts demonstrators that were scheduled for September 8th – without the rain! The Red Cross will be doing breakfast and lunch as originally announced.
Thank you for your understanding and please plan to join us on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th for a GLORIOUS DAY in the sun at Matthews Living History Farm Museum.
Now in its eighth year, the annual quilt show showcases a wide range of fiber arts. In addition to the judged quilt show, demonstrations in spinning, weaving, and felting, as well as many other fiber related disciplines are scheduled. The day will include music, food & drink, and entertainment for the whole family. The Woods River Chapter of the American Red Cross will be doing breakfast for the early birds and a barbeque lunch with all the fixings for lunch.
For information on entering your work in the Quilt Show or vendor space, contact the Arts Council at 276-238-1217 or email email@example.com. The brochure and vendor registration forms can also be downloaded from the website: www.artsculturalcouncil.org/stories-of-the-stitch.
To get to the Matthews Farm Museum travel west on 58 from Galax, go left on to Meadow Creek Road, travel about and mile and turn right on to White Pine Road. The Museum is a short distance down at 126 White Pine Road. For additional information you may go to their website, www.matthewsfarmmuseum.org, or call the Arts Council office.
Hours for the Stories of the Stitch will be from 10:00am to 4:00pm and admission is Free of Charge.
The Arts & Cultural Council of the Twin Counties is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the arts, www.artsculturalcouncil.org, funded in part by Twin Counties individuals and businesses, local municipalities, the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts. Matthews Farm is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the rich rural cultural heritage of Grayson County, www.matthewsfarmmuseum.org.