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Nanaimo Quilters’ Guild to hold ‘magic’ show

Material Magic quilt show taking place at Nanaimo Curling Centre this week, June 7-8

Nanaimo Quilters’ Guild hosts a ‘magic’ show at Nanaimo Curling Centre this week.

Material Magic, taking place at the Wall Street curling arena June 7-8, will feature 300-plus locally made quilts and fibre arts displayed in a variety of categories, according to a press release.

“Viewers will have their say [with] the viewers’ choice award and the ‘quilt challenge.’ There will be demonstrations daily, with three trunk shows spread over the two days, and for the dedicated quilter, a variety of exhibitors in the merchant mall with their merchandise on display,” the release said.

There will also be quilts for sale, hourly door prizes and a raffle for four separate bed-sized quilts.

Admission is $8 at the door and the show will take place June 7-8, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.


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