The show runs Friday through Sunday May 29–31, 2009 . There's ample free parking, or the 70 bus takes you within a few blocks. You can take a guided tour and watch demonstrations of quilting techniques. Talk to local artists about their work, or bring questions about yours.
A fabulous raffle quilt designed and made by guild members will be on display, and raffle tickets will be on sale for $1 each for the Sunday drawing.
My "boss" snapped a picture of me when we were all done set up, including my trade-mark rooster-feather hair feature: