County Museum Announces 2nd Annual Quilt Exhibit and Partnership with Rock Springs Museum

Views
Two of the quilts on display at the Sweetwater County Historical Museum's new "Many Many Quilts" exhibit: "A Cowboy's Heart" by Nancy McConnell, and Susie Hermansen's "Wyoming Life."

The Sweetwater County Historical Museum is pleased to announce their second annual quilt exhibit, “Many Many Quilts”

It is a collaborative exhibit with the Sweetwater County Quilters Guild in conjunction with their miniature quilt challenge.

After a successful exhibition last year, the two organizations are working together again to make this a yearly exhibition. “Cowboys” is the theme for this year.

Advertisement - Story continues below...

“Many Many Quilts” will be open to the public beginning February 12 at the Sweetwater County Historical Museum at 3 East Flaming Gorge Way in Green River.

There will be a grand opening with extended museum hours on Tuesday, February 19 from 5:00-6:30 PM.

The Sweetwater County Historical Museum is also partnering with the Rock Springs Historical Museum to bring two unique quilt exhibitions for the community to enjoy.

Their exhibit, “Made with Love,” will feature handmade quilts from past generations. The exhibition will be on display from February 13 to March 31st.

“Made with Love” will be open to the public at the Rock Springs Historical Museum at 201 B Street in Rock Springs. An opening reception will be held on tomorrow, February 13 from 4:00-6:00 PM.

The Sweetwater County Historical Museum is a component unit of Sweetwater County government, which exists to preserve and display the heritage of Sweetwater

County. The museum is located at 3 E. Flaming Gorge Way in Green River. For information call (307) 872-6435 or contact us by email at info@sweetwatermuseum.org.

Visit our website at www.sweetwatermuseum.org and follow us on Facebook @SWCHM, Instagram @sweetwatermuseum, and Twitter @swchmuseum.