The Greater San Antonio Quilt Guild Quilt Show

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The Greater San Antonio Quilt Guild Quilt Show

A Salute to Texas Quilt Show by the Greater San Antonio Quilt Guild will be a judged quilt show including over 300 quilts from traditional to modern. There will be a Boutique, a raffle quilt, over 40 vendors, a variety of live demonstrations, and hourly door prizes. Quilts from the 2016 National Hoffman Challenge will be displayed and two local quilters have entries in the exhibit. Students and staff from the University of Incarnate Word will provide information about their sewing related study options.

Hours are Friday, 9:00am – 6:00pm and Saturday, 9:00am – 5:00pm.

The Greater San Antonio Quilt Guild Quilt Show

Address : San Antonio Event Center, 410 W & Marbach San Antonio TX
Phone : 210-984-6149   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Adults $8, Students $6 with 2 day discount of $15 and $10 respectively.

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