Mission and purpose
The purpose of the Lone Star Heritage Quilt Guild is to preserve the heritage of quilting; to promote the knowledge and understanding of all aspects of quilts; to provide opportunities for continuing education among those interested in the art of quilting; and to provide a gathering place to promote friendships with those who share a common interest.
Meetings are held the fourth Monday evening of each month, with social time, refreshments, an interesting program, a business meeting and show and tell.
Our Guild meets at the Senior Citizen Building, 150 MLK Blvd., Sulphur Springs, TX
Next meeting will be: February 23, 2015
Building open at 4:30 PM
Members & guests free to bring their own sack supper
Refreshments about 5:30 PM
Meeting starts at 6:15 PM
Membership Benefits and Information
Monthly meetings of the guild include interesting and educational programs on a variety of subjects related to the art of quilting.
Workshops are also scheduled during the year and members enjoy preferred access to these workshops.
Members receive a monthly newsletter which includes all happenings of the guild, including notices of meetings, workshops, all activities and much more.
Members may participate in show and tell at each meeting and receive encouragement and accolades.
A lending library containing a wide variety of quilting books is available for members’ use.
Circles: Small groups meet to work on individual or group projects.
Meetings, circles and other guild activities provide opportunities to meet others with similar interests and make lasting friendships.
A guild directory given to each member provides contact information of all members.
Annual dues are collected in January of each year.