Asheville Quilt Show comes to WNC Ag Center Sept. 28-30

Press release from the Asheville Quilt Guild:

Sept. 28 marks the opening day of the 36th Annual Asheville Quilt Show sponsored by the Asheville Quilt Guild and Moda Fabrics at the WNC Ag Center in the Davis Event Center. More than 350 quilts made by quilters from across the country will be on exhibit. The show runs Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.. Admission is $7, with a discount for groups of six or more.

It has been said that the Asheville Quilt Show is a regional show with a national reputation. The show attracts nationally known talented artists, as well as quilters on their way up and novices too. Those in competition are vying for over $10,000 in prize money. Demonstrations by accomplished local quilters will take place throughout the show. And for the younger set, there will be a Kids’ Sewing Station. The Asheville Quilt Guild wants to start them early!

In addition to inspiring quilts, there are shopping opportunities as well, with more than 25 vendors who cater to the quilter as well as non-quilters. Plus, the Guild hosts a Gift Shop, a Silent Auction; there will be quilts for sale. To help keep attendees’ strength up, there is food available onsite.

For more information, go to To locate the venue via GPS or Google, use this address: 765 Boylston Hwy
., Fletcher, NC 28732 for the Davis Event Center at the WNC Ag Center. When you get there, you will find plenty of free parking, and the facility is handicap-accessible.

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