There were two exhibits, one of quilts depicting death & dying. It was well done and interesting, but there were only about 15 quilts (and several were very non-traditional, like the sweatshirt and sweatpants with a few stitches in them). The other exhibit was of different kinds of lace dating back 500 years. Also interesting. However, for $8 per person we expected many more quilts and displays.
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