Quilting Events

Nebraska Events

November 21-22, 2014
ART Market at the Museum, Friday and Saturday from 11 - 4 pm, November 21-22 at IQSCM, 33rd & Holdrege, Lincoln. Purchase unique quilts, textiles and more for yourself or for Holiday gifting! Sponsored by FRIENDS of IQSCM. FUNdraising for IQSCM. www.IQSCfriends.org

December 1-31, 2014
FIBER WORKS Annual Fiber Arts Show
Jewish Community Center's Art Gallery
333 S. 132nd Street
Omaha, Nebraska
Hours: M-Th. 8AM-9PM, Fri. 8-5, Sat. Closed, Sun. 11-5
ARTISTS:
Jo Drueke
Sheila Green
Merrilee Hansen
Dorothy Heidemann-Nelson
Cynthia Levis
Karen Murphy
Cindi Pape
Peg Pennell
Roxanne O'Hare
Lynne O'Rourke
Marilyn Rembolt
Pat Stava
Featuring:
Color Flow
Dancing in Circles
Reflections

Online Quilt Database

Nebraska History Museum, 15th & P Streets, Lincoln, NE The Nebraska State Historical Society’s collection of over 400 Nebraska quilts are now searchable and available for viewing on the web through an online database. Just type “quilt” into the search box to see all the items or enter more specific terms depending on your needs.
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Standing Activities: Free with admission
Tuesday - Saturday: Guided tour of Exhibitions, 11:00 AM
Saturday: Guided tour of Exhibitions, 1:00 PM

Location:
1523 North 33rd Street Lincoln, NE
(33rd and Holdrege)

Hours:
Tuesday – Saturday 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Sunday 1:00– 4:00 PM
Closed Mondays and University Holidays

Regular admission:
Members FREE
Adult $6
Student (with school ID) $3
Child (5-18 years of age) $3
Child (4 and under) FREE
Family (up to 2 adults and their children or grandchildren) $12
UNL Student (with UNL ID) FREE
UNL Faculty/Staff (with UNL ID) FREE
For more information please visit www.quiltstudy.org or call (402) 472-6549.

Museum Exhibition Schedule
http://www.quiltstudy.org/exhibitions/

Museum Calendar of Events
http://www.quiltstudy.org/visit/calendar/

You'll find more IQSC information at www.quiltstudy.org.

Calling All Small Groups!

The International Quilt Study Center & Museum invites Guild members and their friends to participate in Quilts for Community. In Quilts for Community, we provide your group members with a space to meet and work, free museum admission for the day and signage to explain your group’s purpose. In exchange, IQSCM visitors will have the benefit of observing quilting and quiltmaking activities first hand and up close.

Individuals or small groups are also invited to participate in Open Sew. Open Sew gives quilters a beautiful, open space to work while meeting new friends.

If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please give us a call at 402-472-6549.
Organizers of quilting events are encouraged to send information to be published here to webmaster@nsqg.org.