Chatfield College’s Car, Craft & Quilt Show To Feature Book Sale and Student Art Display

6540On Saturday, April 25, 2015, Chatfield College will host its annual Car, Craft & Quilt Show from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m at the St. Martin campus in St. Martin, Ohio.

Along with the quilt, craft and car portion of the show, the fun-filled event will include a book sale held in the Father Ray Kammerer Library & Learning Center. Books of all kinds are available, some of which have been donated to the library and others are from library collections. These books are free of charge, but donations are greatly appreciated. The book sale will be going on through the duration of the show, from 10am to 5pm.

The show will also feature a Student Art Display. Works from Basic Drawing, Basic Painting, Pottery and Photography classes will be displayed in the library. The art display will open Wednesday, April 22nd from 3-7pm and will remain open during regular business hours until May 1.

The Car, Craft and Quilt Show will also feature the creations of local and regional quilters and quilt collectors, a craft show, traditional craft demonstrations, a classic car show, free horse and carriage rides, as well as delicious food.  2015 Sponsors include, First State Bank, M. Kathryn Greene, and Five Points Implement Co., Inc.

General admission for the 2015 Car, Craft & Quilt Show is $3 for adults, $2 for senior citizens. Children 12 and under are admitted free. Chatfield College is located in northern Brown County, Ohio near the intersection of US Route 50 and 68. The address is 20918 State Route 251, St. Martin, Ohio, 45118. For information or to get necessary forms, log on to www.chatfield.edu, call 513-875-3344, ext. 126, or email pam.spencer@chatfield.edu.

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