In 2006-2007 she created a series of quilts entitled Katrina Recovery Quilts to express the personal and collective experience of Hurricane Katrina. These quilts were created with fabrics recovered from the hurricane debris. These quilts as well as others which reflect her extensive travels are on display - the Gallery, open daily from 9a.m. -10p.m. is on the first floor of the Charlotte Street Arts Centre and is free to visitors.
On July 27 and 28 there will be a celebration of her life held in the auditorium of the Arts Centre, with a reception from noon -1p.m. on the 27th. All the quilts will be moved from the Penny Gallery on the 26th to the Auditorium for the celebration on the 27th and 28th. The 28th is the final day for the exhibit.
This coming weekend you can attend a Quilt Show being held in conjunction with a celebration of Maugerville's 250th Anniversary. Sponsored by the Maugerville Women's Institute, it will be open
|Lois showing some of Kings Landing's antique quilts.|
These events are local- why not support them both?