The Delaware Agricultural Museum is pleased to host the Stitch-in-Time Quilt Guild Quilt Exhibit February 4 through April 19 in the Gallery at the Agricultural Museum, 866 N. DuPont Highway, in Dover. This year’s theme is “Black Woman Telling Her Story”.
An Opening Reception will be held on February 4th
from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The program
will include a spiritual experience, creative readings and an underground
railroad quilt code review. Participating
in the Opening Reception will be Lisa Blunt Rochester, United States
Representative; Marcealeate Stephens Ruffin, Retired Magistrate Judge,
Georgetown, DE; Estehelda Parker Selby, Educator, Vice Mayor, Council Woman;
and Ruth Shelton, Educator and Community Advocate.
Handmade craft items will be available for sale during the
reception; selected quilts will be available for sale throughout the duration
of the exhibit. The Opening Reception
will also feature a silent auction and free quilting takeaways. Admission to the reception and/or quilt exhibit is
free for Museum members; non-members pay regular Museum admission fee ($3 to
$6). All admission fees, as well as a portion
of the proceeds from the sale of each quilt, benefit the Museum. For more information about the Delaware
Agricultural Museum, please visit our website at www.agriculturalmuseum.org .
The Stitch in Time Quilt Guild is from Dover, DE.