The Agenda is: (subject to change)
We gather on Monday afternoon of Quilt Camp – 5:30 pm begins with get-acquainted time. After visiting and eating dinner together, everyone is invited to shared their projects from the past year or share something with the group.
Classes on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday are from 9 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. Lunch is provided – 12:15 – 1:30 Classes are again from 1:30 until 4:30. A break is taken from 4:30 – 5:30. Dinner at 5:30.
Friday morning has evolved to a time when we share projects, make plans for the next quilt camp and say good-bye to camp friends.
You may, of course, rotate to a different class each of the three days, or stay in classes two or three days. It is your choice.
- Klonda Holt, “”
- Candy Grisham, “”
- Mary Durham, “Mystery”
- Shelly Pagliai, “Hand Work”
Instructors are available each day to answer questions and give assistance. You may have only slight knowledge (or a lot!) about the topics in a class being offered, but there is always something new to share and learn.
You may return to the classroom and sew as late as you like each evening. Arrow Rock is a very safe, no-crime village. The classrooms are in the School House and Brown’s Chapel, shown below, which are no more than two short blocks from your B&B.
Eating & Fun
Most students arrive on Monday afternoon and get settled in their lodging. We typically meet on Monday evening at the historic J.Huston Tavern in Arrow Rock. After dinner together, we have the always popular “Show and Tell” where each student brings something she has made or purchased to tell us about.
We’ll take a break for lunch every day. Leave the cooking and cleaning to us – sew and enjoy your time at Quilt Camp. Free water/colas and snacks will be provided throughout the morning and afternoon. In the past, lunches are a buffet at the J. Huston Tavern, dinner for two evenings at the Chez Trappeur, and one dinner at the Catalpa Restaurant, all within walking distance in Arrow Rock.
Arrow Rock Quilt Camp policy regarding visitors: Visitors, such as children, friends, and husbands are welcome to join you for a meal during quilt camp (at their expense). Visitors cannot stay with you or observe the classes during the 9 am to 5 pm class time at camp. We do appreciate everyone’s understanding and compliance with this policy.