Rising Sun History Museum Hosts Flo & Edna Quilt Exhibit
Multiple dates from Thursday, April 4th to Sunday, April 21st
The Ohio County Historical Society presents the Flo & Edna Quilt Exhibit, April 4-21, at the Rising Sun History Museum in Rising Sun. The display is the first public showing of quilts on loan by Judy George and Sally McWilliams of Madison, IN. Walk through forty years of quilt making, from the Depression Era everyday quilts to the top-of-the-line bed applique quilts of the 1960s. See how fabric availability, color, patterns, and applique kits changed the look and purpose of quilt making for mid century grandmothers Flo Askin and Edna George.
Admission is free with donations appreciated. The Rising Sun History Museum is located at 212 S Walnut Street in Rising Sun. Hours are Mon-Fri, 10 am to 4 pm, and Sat-Sun from noon to 4 pm.
For more information, call 812-438-4915
Rising Sun History Museum
212 S Walnut St
The event runs from 10:00am to 4:00pm on the following dates.
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- April 4th
- April 5th
- April 6th
- April 7th
- April 8th
- April 9th
- April 10th
- April 11th
- April 12th
- April 13th
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Mayor's Movies...in the Fairgrounds
The City of Madison announced yesterday that in lieu of the Mayor’s Movies in the park they will be hosting drive-in movie nights at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds. The city is also using this opportunity to honor graduating seniors, by featuring a slideshow presentation featuring Madison Consolidated, Shawe Memorial, and Southwestern high schools. All movies are family-friendly and free to the community. The drive-in movies will be being next Friday, May 29 at 7:00 p.m. with The Greatest Showman, honoring MCHS students. It is asked that all guests remain in their vehicles during the movie. There will not be any concessions during the movie, and they are weather permitting. If you have any questions about the event you can email Hannah Fagen at firstname.lastname@example.org Jefferson County Fairgrounds
Due to COVID-19, the program will operate differently but will still have the same mission, to provide nutritious meals to children who are food insecure when school meals are not available.