I meant to write about this sooner, but it's been a busy week and I just never got to it. The opening last Sunday at the Mahopac Library was a huge success. As you can see by these photos the crowds were large. It was a beautiful, warm Spring-like day, good for the St. Patrick's Day parade that went through the center of town and made parking a little difficult, and good for those who wanted to take a little ride and go and see some great art.
The quilts were hung in the hallway, mounted on white canvas squares. You can read more about it here and here.
In the adjoining community room we had tables for food and drink and plenty of room for mingling or sitting down to rest your feet. The doors opened out onto a terrace that overlooked the lake. People strolled in and out enjoying the glorious weather, which was just a tease as it got very cold again the next day.
The exhibit will be on until April 3. Try to see it if you live anywhere nearby. I don't think you'll be disappointed.