Joan Hodges Quilting Workshop 9/28/23-10/19/23

Thursdays, September 28 through October 19 from 1 to 3 p.m.
1886 Front Street
East Meadow
NY 11554
Register at  or by calling 516-794-2570 option 3.
Back by popular demand, Joan Hodges, African American quilter and fiber artist, will lead another workshop for those interested in learning to quilt. In this workshop the participants will make one large quilt, which each participant designing and stitching their own square. Examples will be provided, and the final quilt will be displayed at the library for long term viewing. Joan is the recipient of a NY State Council on the Arts’ fellowship award. Come join us!

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