“Another Bloomin’ Quilt Show” at Tom’s Garden Center on Mother’s Day Weekend
NORTH ALBANY, OREGON, MAY 12–13, 2007 — Mother’s Day quilts and blooms at Tom’s Garden Center offer an incredible range of color to brighten Mother’s Day weekend for gardeners, quilters, and most of all, Mothers. The Second Annual “Another Bloomin’ Quilt Show” will decorate Tom’s Garden Center in North Albany with over 40 handmade quilts. During the show, these quilts, made by Santiam Scrappers Quilt Guild of Lebanon, will complement Tom’s flowers and plants in the main hall. Flowers and quilts of almost every color and size will be there.
The public is invited to view the quilts hung among Tom’s beautiful flowers and plants on Saturday, May 12, 7:30 AM to 7:30 PM and Sunday, May 13, 9 AM to 5 PM. The second “Another Bloomin’ Quilt Show” is presented by Santiam Scrappers Quilt Guild. Tom’s Garden Center, at 350 NW Hickory St, North Albany, is just across the river from downtown Albany.
“Another Bloomin’ Quilt Show” Has Colorful Mother’s Day Gifts, Flowers, Plants, Quilts
As you search for your Mother’s Day gifts to enhance your homes and gardens, look at the small, wall hanging quilts for sale. Other, larger quilts are for display only. Quilt Guild quilters will be on hand during the show. They will be doing quilting and sewing demos and try to answer all your questions about quilting.
While viewing the quilts, please stop at the guild table and cast your vote for the “Best of Show” quilt. Your vote will also enter you in the drawing for a special Mother’s Day prize. On Mother’s Day the first 100 guests to stop at the Guild table will receive a special Mother’s Day gift.
Do Santiam Scrappers Like Blooms & Quilts Too Much?
The Santiam Scrappers Quilt Guild is based in Lebanon with members from cities in Linn and Benton Counties. Guild meetings are held monthly on the 1st Tuesday, 7 PM. Meeting location is St Martin’s Episcopal Church, 1461 Grove St, corner Milton & Williams Sts, in Lebanon Oregon. The public is welcomed at the meetings. When you come, you are encouraged to bring quilts for Show & Tell. Guild members love to see your work or family quilts.
In addition to monthly meetings, there are weekly quilting bees making community service quilts. Classes and retreats are also part of recent Guild fun. The Guild began in 2002 and presently has about 50 members from cities in Linn and Benton Counties. The guild website is http://www.santiamscrappers.org.
May 12, Saturday 7:30 AM–7:30 PM, May 13, Sunday 9 AM–5 PM
For Quilt Show information, contact Peggy Christopherson, 541-451-4910, email@example.com, or Marina Rosario, 541-259-4633, firstname.lastname@example.org.