Quilt will make the rounds in Garner

April 18, 2014 

The 2013 All-America City quilt will be on public display in various locations in Garner April 21-27.

Each year, finalists in the All-America City Award program submit quilt squares representing something special about their communities. The squares are stitched together into a quilt that tours the country, visiting each finalist community.

Garner’s square was made by Linda Junk with the non-profit group On the Mend, which is based at Garner Senior Center.

Here’s when the quilt will be on display in Garner:

Monday, April 21: Town Hall, building A lobby, 900 Seventh Ave.

Tuesday, April 22: Town Hall, building B lobby, including Town Council meeting starting at 7 p.m.

Wednesday, April 23: Southeast Regional Library, 908 Seventh Ave.

Thursday, April 24: Garner Chamber of Commerce, 401 Circle Drive.

Friday, April 25: Garner Senior Center, 205 E. Garner Road; also, tentatively, Relay for Life event in evening at Lake Benson Park, 921 Buffaloe Road.

Saturday-Sunday, April 26-27: Garner Performing Arts Center, 742 W. Garner Road. From staff reports

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