Please check with show contact, guild website or a quilt shop in the area to verify information...............................................


New Shows not in the 15th Edition.
Location of show. Click on month next to the city to view the information about that show. Shows are listed by Date in their respective month, not by City.
Long Beach - Spring
Bay St. Louis - April
Kosciusko - April
Vicksburg - Aug
Iuka - Sept
Hattiesburg - Oct

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Long Beach
           Annual, Spring

Senior Citizen's Center Quilt Show
           Next Show Dates:
Contacts       Website:       Email:       Phone: Jean Tincher, (228) 586-0407
Location: Senior Citizen Center, 20257 Daugherty Rd., Long Beach,
Hours: Sat 10 - 4       Admission: $1      
Sponsored by: , ,
The God Bless American Touring Quilts will be featured.

           Even Years, Last Sat. in April

Kosciusko Quilters' Show
           Next Show Dates:
Contacts       Website:       Email:       Phone: Carol Patton, (662) 289-5989
Location: Mary Ricks Thornton Cultural Center, Corner of Huntington & Washington Sts., Kosciusko, 39090
Hours: 8 am - 4 pm       Admission: Free      
Sponsored by: , ,
Held in conjunction with the Natchez Trace Festival in a beautiful old church that was donated to the city for events.

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Bay St. Louis
           Odd Years, April or May

Bay Oaks Quilt Show
           Next Show Dates:
Contacts       Website:       Email:       Phone: Therese Springer, (228) 223-1033
Location: St. Rose De Lima Holy Spirit Center, 301 S. Necaise Ave., Bay St. Louis, 39520
Hours: Sat 9 - 5, Sun 12 - 5       Admission: $2      
Sponsored by: , ,
(Schedule Change: this show was in April) Over one hundred quilted items on display created by members of the Bay Oaks Quilt Guild. Come see traditional quilts and art quilts, bed quilts and wall hangings. Guild challenge quilts from the past two years will be featured. Our raffle quilt is a queen-sized adaptation of Lori Hein's Sailing pattern featuring original applique designs depicting gulfshore flora and fauna. Raffle tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5. Boutique featuring handmade items for sale, ongoing demonstrations, hourly door prizes. Merchandise mall will include representatives from two local quilt shops.

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           Annual, Mid August

Old Man River QuiltFest
           Next Show Dates:
Contacts       Website:       Email:       Phone: Kay Elliott at Stitch-n-Frame, (601) 634-0243
Location: Vicksburg Convention Center, 1600 Mulberry St., Vicksburg, 39180
Hours: Tues - Thurs 9 - 5:30, Fri 9 - 4       Admission: $6 or $15 for entire event      
Sponsored by: , ,
Juried Quilt Show with Cash Awards, National Teachers, Vendor Mall, Special Quilt Display featuring The Supper Quilt. This monumental pieced quilt, composed of 51,816 half-inch squares, is modeled on Leonardo da Vinci's famous The Last Supper.

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           Even years, September

Needle Chasers Quilt Show
           Next Show Dates:
Contacts       Website:       Email:       Phone: Barbara Patterson, (662) 424-9665
Location: Iuka Baptist Church, 105 W. Eastport St., Iuka, 38852
Hours: Fri. 10 - 6 Sat. 9 - 3       Admission: $3      
Sponsored by: Needle Chasers Quilt Guild of Tishomingo County, Iuka,
Approximately 200 judged quilts displayed for viewing, theme rooms featuring more quilts, trunk show daily at noon presented by guest quilter, a raffle quilt in jewel tone colors made with sampler blocks by members. The 2010 guest quilter and judge is Julia Graeber, winner of national awards

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           Even Years, 1st weekend of October

Pine Belt Quilters Fiber Art and Quilt Show
           Next Show Dates:
Contacts       Website:       Email:       Phone: Wanda Wallace, (601) 795-4997
Location: Lake Terrace Convention Center, 1 Convention Center Plaza--I-59 at Exit 67A, Hattiesburg, 39402
Hours: Fri & Sat 10 - 6, Sun 10 - 4       Admission: $6 / $3 for children under 12      
Sponsored by: Pine Belt Quilters, Hattiesburg,
350 and 400 judged pieces in addition to one of the Hoffman traveling exhibits. There will be 18-20 vendors, a boutique of handmade items, silent auction of small quilts, and three days of demos and lectures. Lake Terrace food staff will prepare hot meals and box lunches so we can spend more time at the show

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