Courthouse Quilters Guest Lecture and Trunk Show

On Sunday, Oct. 13 the Courthouse Quilters will sponsor a lecture and trunk show by Judy Langille, entitled "Evolution of a Quilt Artist." Langille is a prolific fiber artist specializing in fabric dyeing and surface design, in addition to being a highly regarded art educator.  Current and new guild members and guests ($5) are invited to attend the lecture, Courthouse Quilters monthly meeting, and show-and-tell of quilt projects. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. in the  Darcy Lodge, located at 39 Everittstown Rd., Rt. 513 Frenchtown 08825. Refreshments will be provided. Visit Courthouse Quilters online at courthousequilters.org.

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Sun, October 13
12:00 pm — 1:00 pm
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On Sunday, Oct. 13 the Courthouse Quilters will sponsor a lecture and trunk show by Judy Langille, entitled "Evolution of a Quilt Artist." Langille is a prolific fiber artist specializing in fabric dyeing and surface design, in addition to being a highly regarded art educator. Current and new guild members and guests ($5) are invited to attend the lecture, Courthouse Quilters monthly ...

39 Everittstown Rd., Rt. 513 Frenchtown, NJ 08825

Darcy Lodge

39 Everittstown Rd., Rt. 513
Frenchtown, NJ 08825

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