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Quilt Show details and Festival events schedule

A Quilt Show along with quilting demonstrations will be an enjoyable part of this year's Folklore of the Old West Festival coming up next weekend in Columbia. . .
The Quilt Show, sponsored by the "Country Quilters", will be held on Saturday, June 7th, from 9:00a.m. until 3:00p.m. in the Mitzi's building on the square.

Bliss Homemaker member Shirley Atchley Dudley will be among those displaying quilts Saturday. She has been hand quilting for more than 30 years. The quilt in the photo that accompanies this story is a Mountain Lace Star design and is one of two she will have on display during the Festival. The special edges around this quilt are Shirley's own creation.

Participants who want to share their creations in the show need to deliver their quilts to the Mitzi's building on Thursday 9:00a.m. to 3:00p.m. CDT, and Friday 9:00 a.m.-3:00p.m.

There is a limit of 5 quilts per person and all quilts must be picked from 3:00-5:00 p.m. following the show.


5:00 PM "Chow Time" Bar-B-Q on the Square
5:00 "Blow up" Space Walk (Free for Kids)
5:00 Train Rides for Kids
6:00 "Road Masters" Band
6:00-7:30 Registration for Fiddlin and Banjo Pickin Contest
7:30 Fiddlin and Pickin Contest on Square

All Day "Blow Up" Space Walk (Free for Kids)
9:00 "Chow Time" Bar-B-Q on the Square
9:00-3:00 Quilt Show and demonstrations at Mitzi's building
9:00 Antique Tractors on display on Burkesville St
9:00-4:00 Arts and Crafts on the Square
9:00- Train rides for Kids
10:00 Industrial Park opens for line-up of parade
10:00-2:00 Knife Swap at Courthouse
10:00- Pony Rides
10:30-12:00 Concert with the "Amnesia Brothers"
12:00 "High Noon" Wedding and / or Wedding Vows Renewals
12:00 Judging of "Best Outfit"
12:30 "Stick Horse Stampede" (Ages 2-6)
1:00-3:00 Baby Pageant (Ages 0-5)
1:00 Judging of entries at Parade Line-up
1:15-2:45 Traveling Magic Show
2:55 Announce Winners of "Best Outfit" Award
3:00 Folklore of the West Parade
4:30 Re-enactment of James-Younger Robbery

Intermission Cowboy Action

5:30 2nd Re-enactment of Robbery
6:00-7:00 "Best Little Buckaroo in Town" Contest (Ages 2-4, 5-7, 8-10 boys and girls)
6:00-7:30 Cowboy Action
7:30 "The Moron Brothers"
Eddie Hopkins and Taterhill BandThe "Wranglers"

7:00 "Old Fashioned" Church Service on steps of Columbia Baptist Church

For Information Contact: Columbia-Adair County Chamber of Commerce at 270-384-6020.

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Quilt Show is part of weekend Festival

2003-05-31 - Columbia, KY - Photo Linda Waggener. SHIRLEY DUDLEY will be among those displaying quilts Saturday. She has been hand quilting for more than 30 years. The quilt in the photo is a Mountain Lace Star design she completed in 1989 and is one of two she will have on display during the Festival.
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