Black Belt Treasures Patchwork Festival

10/22/2011 00:00

Event: Black Belt Treasures Patchwork Festival
Time: Saturday, Oct. 22, 2011, at 10 a.m.-2 p.m
Event Type: Festival
Location: Black Belt Treasurers, 209 Claiborne Street- Camden, AL
Event Website:
Sponsor: Black Belt Treasures
Contact: Sulynn Creswell at 334-682-9878
Info: Black Belt Treasures will host a Patchwork Festival on Saturday, October 22, 2011 from 10 am until 2 pm. Black Belt Treasures will feature demonstrations by artists and craftsmen, a book signing, music, food, and great fun.
Artists on hand to demonstrate will be quilters Rennie Miller and Betty Kennedy, chair caner Jennifer Philen, textile weaver Joyce Huizinga, potters Kristin Law and Sam Williams, soap maker Betty Anderson and pine-needle basket weaver Maxine Hopkins. K.T. Archer author of Kismet and The Silver will be present for a book signing. Music will be provided by Jimmy Brock, Fred Sheffield & Friends, Zach Kennedy, Jonathon Williams, and vocalist Laura Grace Creswell. Raleigh Wilkerson’s Blue Spoon Catering will serve $10 barbeque plate lunches.
Visitors are invited to attend Hands-On Art Classes for children and adults taught by Faye Bennett. To register contact Black Belt Treasures at (334)682-9878 or
The Patchwork Festival is made possible by the generous support of the Alabama State Council on the Arts and South Arts with funds from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Black Belt Treasures is a non-profit organization developed to showcase and promote the arts of the Black Belt region of Alabama. Since 2005, it has made significant progress in creating an awareness and interest in local art, literature, fine crafts, food, and music. For information about the Patchwork Festival or other events, please contact Black Belt Treasures at (334) 682-9878 or visit our website Black Belt Treasures is located at 209 Claiborne Street in historic downtown Camden, Alabama.