The Albert County Museum is proud to present the 43rd Annual Quilt & Fibre Arts Show and Sale from July 9th to 13th, 2019. This one of the longest running quilt shows and sales in Atlantic Canada! This year’s theme is “Christmas in July” and in addition to nearly 80 quilts on for sale and display, the show also offers a variety of different fibre arts. Knitting, weaving, hooking, cross stitching, and a variety of beautifully sewn pieces are all available for purchase and all items in the show are locally made and crafted. Daily workshops and demonstrations are also included in this wonderful event.
“Quilting has a rich history in this area and there continues to be local interest in the art form” says Janet Clouston, Managing Director of the Albert County Museum. “This year the show is celebrating its 43rd anniversary and ranks as an historic event for the area as well as the Museum’s biggest fundraiser.” Clouston added, “Without the dedication and hard work of the volunteers that put the Quilt Show together, we wouldn’t be able to experience such a successful community building event. “
The 43rd Annual Quilt and Fibre Arts Show and Sale is being held from Tuesday, July 9th until Saturday, July 13th from 9:30am until 5:30pm daily in the Community Hall (built in 1870) and the beautiful Court House (built in 1903). Admission is $3 and proceeds go towards funding the many projects happening at the museum. Special $5 admission the Museum is available for paid attendees Quilt & Fibre Fair.
For further information contact: Janet Clouston from the Albert County Museum. Phone (506) 734-2003 or email: email@example.com