The Timber Village Museum in Blind River has launched a unique quilt project to celebrate the town’s 115th anniversary.
Curator Ashley Young says they want 12-inch by 12-inch squares, either quilted, sewn, decorated, or even glued featuring past experiences with a focus on the pandemic and the last year.
The submissions are welcome from everyone of any age, including anyone who has ties to Blind River and may not even live there.
Submissions are being collected by mail or curbside drop-off at the museum until May 3rd.
The Blind River Town Hall has a drop box at the front door, as well as the Blind River Public Library book return.