Missouri Quilt Museum opening new exhibit

The Missouri Quilt Museum in Hamilton is pleased to announce a new exhibit of quilts from the National Quilt Museum, Paducah, Kentucky.


 
“The theme of the new exhibit is “April Showers, May Flowers”, said Dakota Redford, curator for the museum. “The quilts in this exhibit are stunning in both their colors and in the labor of love that went into the making of these quilts.”
 
The National Quilt Museum is home to one of the most admired collections of modern quilts and fiber art in the world. The exhibits are made up of the same great quilts that make the Paducah experience a TripAdvisor seven-time Certificate of Excellence winner and a two-time Trip Advisor Hall of Fame winner.
 
“We are pleased to partner with the National Quilt Museum to bring these exhibits from one of the best quilt collections in the world to the Missouri Quilt Museum,” Redford said.
 
The Missouri Quilt Museum is located at 300 East Bird Street in Hamilton, Missouri. The museum is housed in the 102 year old historic Hamilton High School Building.
 
The “April Showers, May Flowers” exhibit will be at the Missouri Quilt Museum thru June. Museum hours are Tuesday – Friday 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM and Saturdays from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. There is an admission charge.