Stitches & Blues at Black Belt Treasures, Camden, AL

stitches-&-Blues.jpgFrom Black Belt Treasures: Join
us in historic Camden, Alabama, as we showcase artists from the Black
Belt region who stitch or weave their creative works, such as: Rennie
Miller of the Freedom Quilting Bee, Deborah Carter, Dorothy Woods,
Tinnie and Minnie Pettway of That’s Sew Gee’s Bend, representatives of
the Gee’s Bend Quiltmakers. The day’s events will also feature story
telling by Kathryn Tucker Windham and a concert by Alabama Blues
musician, Willie King.

This event is being made possible by a
grant from the Alabama State Council on the Arts & the National
Endowment for the Arts.

Saturday, November 8, 2008, 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
Black Belt Treasures
209 Claiborne Street
Camden, Alabama

Plan
to have lunch with us as we feature the debut of the Blue Spoon Cooking
Company serving delicious barbecue sandwich plates for just $8.00 per
plate.

For additional information please contact Black Belt Treasures at (334) 682-9878 or by email info@blackbelttreasure.com.
The public is invited to participate in all the activities of the
Stitches & Blues event free of charge. For information about the
day’s schedule of events visit the Upcoming Events page on the Black
Belt Treasures website, www.blackbelttreasures.com .

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