Annual Peninsula Quilt Guild Exhibition hosted by the Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum in Ilwaco, Washington.

With more than 100 quilts on display in three separate galleries, this show exhibits work from some of the area’s most talented fabric artists, all members of the Peninsula Quilt Guild.  Various quilting demonstrations, such as paper piecing, hand quilting, appliqué and more will take place throughout the three day event.

Tickets for a Prize Quilt raffle, will be available throughout the show at a cost of $1 per ticket, the drawing will be held Sunday afternoon, it is not necessary to be present to win.

Proceeds from the ticket sales will go to various charitable organizations on the Peninsula and in Pacific County.

Admission is FREE.


  • Starting Friday, March 16th, 2018, repeats every day until Sunday, March 18, 2018 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm


Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum

115 SE Lake St
Ilwaco, WA 98624


Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum

Explore the crossroads of history where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean at this wonderful Museum. Discover the history of the local area, the railroad that ran by the tide, fishing, logging and cranberry industries, Coast Guard and mariners.

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