Nescatunga Quilt Show

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Event# 580-327-2922

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Held in conjunction with Alva's Nescatunga Arts Festival, the quilt show is held in an air conditioned building on the beautiful square in down town Alva. We will be showing 50-70 quilts again this year.

Other activities included in the Necatunga Festival, are Crafters, Professional, and Amateur Artists,Woodworking booths, and the unusual Salt Fork Blacksmithing group.. Musicians, Local Dance troupes, and of course the food booths. This is a long running festival and is held on the downtown square outside when weather permits, if weather is inclement it is moved to the Fair grounds south of town. The quilt show however, remains in the Act One building on the north side of the square ..We welcome you...

Nescatunga Quilt Show

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Admission Fee : Free

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