Chatfield College Calls for Classic Car, Crafter and Quilt Exhibitors

 

Chatfield College will host the 2017 Car, Craft, & Quilt Show from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 29, 2017 at the St. Martin campus in St. Martin, Ohio.

This popular show will feature a classic car and bike show, the creations of local and regional quilters and quilt collectors, quilt vendors, a craft show, traditional craft demonstrations, complimentary carriage rides, entertainment, food, and a book sale.

The quilt exhibit will include traditional and contemporary quilts of any theme.  The show will also include a quilt contest featuring the theme “Americana.” Any patriotic or Americana themed quilt or wall hanging can be entered in the contest.

The craft show will highlight over 30 area artisans who will exhibit, demonstrate and sell their traditional crafts.

Applications are available now to register for the car show, exhibit quilts, demonstrate or sell crafts and to enter the quilt contest at www.chatfield.edu/about/events, by calling 513-875-3344, ext. 126, or by email at pam.spencer@chatfield.edu.

Chatfield College is located in northern Brown County, Ohio near the intersection of US Route 50 and 68.  The address is 20918 State Route 251, St. Martin, Ohio, 45118.

 

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