Sunday, August 7, 2011

Head out to the Idaho Piecemakers Quilt Show today at Kuna High

Looking for something to do today in Kuna?
The 12th Annual Idaho PieceMakerS Quilt Show in Kuna is still going on today, Aug. 7, at Kuna High School. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. today. There is a suggested entry fee of $5. This year the net proceeds of the show will be divided among the following organizations: Boise Chordsmen Youth Outreach Program, Kuna Community Food Bank, Meridian Humane Shelter and Northwest Children’s Home in Nampa.
The theme of the show is Stars & Stripes Over Idaho. Some of these quilts have been designated to be given to returning Idaho soldiers. There will be a special exhibit announcing the theme of the 2012 Quilt Show — Quilted Barns. Another exhibit will feature Farmer’s Wife Quilts, which use 111 different 6 ½” quilt blocks.

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