NY’s Quilting To Be Celebrated At Earlville Opera House

By: Michaela Watts

EARLVILLE – The Earlville Opera House is thrilled to host the Annual Quilt Show sponsored by Sew Nice, featuring three new exhibitions celebrating the rich history of New York State’s quilting culture. All three exhibitions run from July 15, through September 2 with opening reception on Saturday, July 15, from 12-3 p.m., to coincide with the Earlville Community Days Celebration.

Featured quilt artist Sue Beevers of Deansboro, NY will exhibit in the Arts Café Gallery with her new show, David’s Garden, highlighting the cycles of and our bonds to the natural world.

The Regional Quilt Celebration, featuring work submitted by local quilters, will be in the EOH West Gallery. Local quilt artists are invited to exhibit their work. All quilts must be received on or by Friday, July 7 for hanging.

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Please bring them in a protective bag with a label on your quilt and bag to keep them safe in the drop off and return process.

Quilts should be labeled and an exhibition form should accompany your quilt so that it can be safely returned to you. The forms may be filled in at the EOH gallery office at the time of drop off or downloaded from the EOH website at www.earlvilleoperahouse.com.

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