It’s time for the Queen Valley Scrap Rats 12th annual Quilt Show

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Queen Valley – On Saturday, March 1 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Queen Valley Scrap Rats are hosting their 12th annual Quilt Show at the Queen Valley Recreation Hall.

To get there, travel Highway 60 down to Florence Junction, continue two miles and turn left at the Queen Valley sign. Another four miles of driving will bring you into town, where you will turn right at the Queen Valley Drive stop sign. One block further, on the left, there is the Queen Valley Recreational Hall. Across the street, there are possible future lunch plans in the form of a restaurant beloved by locals.

For the admission price of $2 for adults, or free for children under 12, the public is invited to stop on by and view the lovely, hand-crafted, cozy artwork of the quilters. Featured quilter, June McMillan, will display her quilted masterpieces. Come see her work and the other special exhibits, displays of quilts and the Viewer’s Choice Awards.

The Quilt Boutique Shop will also be open to the public,offering magazines and books, quilts and various items related to quilting for purchase.

To benefit the Queen Valley Fire Auxiliary, a king-sized Opportunity quilt will be raffled. Tickets will cost $1 each or six for $5. Winners do not need to be present.

For more information, call 520-463-2089 or 480-882-9171.

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