It’s a new decade and a new makeover for the 26th annual Horry County Museum Quilt Gala to be held this year at the Horry County Museum and the LW Paul Living History Farm March 3rd through the 27th.
The public is invited to vote for their favorite quilts on display at the Museum from March 3rd through the 20th. An awards ceremony for the winning quilts will be held in the Museum’s auditorium on March 21st. In addition to the quilts on display, there will be a variety of programming at the Museum and Farm throughout the month of March. Museum programs include a presentation on Gullah Rag Quilting by the Gullah Lady, Sharon Cooper-Murray on March 6th, a spinning demonstration on March 12th, a Quilts of Valor presentation on March 14th, and a talk on Feedsack Quilts on March 17th. Scheduled programs at the Farm include an indigo dyeing workshop on March 10th, and a discussion on antique quilts on March 18th. More programs are being planned, so be sure to visit the Museum’s website at www.horrycountymuseum.org for a complete list.
Admission is free to both museums and to all programs!