Annual Quilt Exhibit — Wednesday, May 2nd, through Friday, June 1st
Winters Heritage House Museum in Elizabethtown invites the public to enjoy a colorful exhibit of antique through modern day quilts on display this May. The show, now in its 27th year, is put together by the museum’s Quilt Committee. Quilts are gathered from community sources and rarely has a quilt been displayed more than once. Each locally-made quilt’s history and process information is presented alongside it. The museum’s log rooms, dating to the mid-1700s and early-1800s, make a rich backdrop for the show.
The display opens Wednesday, May 2nd, and runs through Friday, June 1st, during museum hours and by appointment. (Wed., Thurs., & Fri., from 9:30am-3pm)
The museum will be open special hours on Friday, May 13th, from 5pm to 8pm.
Groups should schedule in advance for a guided tour and group admission rate.
General admission to the exhibit is $3 per person, and benefits the museum’s education programs. Museum members and students are free.