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Lone Star Heritage Quilt Guild Plans 20th annual Quilt Show in Sulphur Springs on September 20,21 at The ROC

Quilters and quilt lovers will flock to Sulphur Springs during the weekend of Friday September 20 and Saturday September 21, 2019 to enjoy the over 100 quilts on display as well as the friendly welcome they always get in the Sulphur Springs downtown district. The local show is part of the ‘circuit’ of quilt shows in Texas, and draws repeat visitors from all over the state and beyond. The Quilt Show will feature antique quilts, newly constructed quilts, holiday quilts and quilted wall hangings. Best of Show and numerous other awards, conferred by a panel of judges, will be identified by rosettes and labels. You can enjoy special speakers and demonstrations as part of the 2-day event. Quilt Shop vendors will be set up within the display space offering quilts, fabrics, machines and much more. Concessions will be available on site. Parking is free on site. Admission is $5 per person, per day and children under age 12 are admitted free with parent or family member. Hours on Friday September 20 are 9 am til 5 pm, and hours on Saturday September 21 are 9 am til 3 pm. The ROC is located two blocks from downtown Sulphur Springs,Texas at 115 Putman Street.

In addition to designing and creating their own handiwork, individual members of the Lone Star Heritage Quilt Guild meet monthly and work year round in planning for the popular annual Quilt Show. In recent years The ROC has become the perfect home for the show. There’s ample space for hanging the quilts in their entire size by category, so that browsers can see the patterns, colors and stitches that make up these durable works of art. Show-goers can even vote for their favorite quilts in the ‘People’s Choice’ category. 2019 Quilt Show Chair is Marti Rajotte. Contact her at 903-235-5700 or

To further accommodate visitors during the Quilt Show weekend, the Downtown Business Alliance is planning a ‘Brick Street Market’ on Saturday September 20 which will draw visitors to the downtown area’s many eateries and shops, most within walking distance. Local vendors of antique and repurposed goods are invited to reserve a street booth and join the fun. (for Brick Street vendor space, contact

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