Sarpy County Museum
Join the Sarpy County Museum on Saturday, July 15th at 2 PM as they feature Hawaiian Quilting presented by Sandra Allgeier. She will talk about the craft of Hawaiian quilting and show quilts she is currently making. She will also feature a video from the Nebraska Quilt Museum. This program is part of the annual Great Sarpy County Quilt Exhibit featuring over 85 quilts, both historic and modern, from area quilters running now through August 19th. Live quilt demonstrations, scheduled throughout the summer, will complement this exhibit. Admission to the museum and these programs are free, but donations are always welcome. The Great Sarpy County Quilt Exhibit is sponsored by the Braided River Quilt Guild.
Sandra Allgeier has been a quilter for most of her life and loves to share with others interested in this craft. Sandra is board member of the Cass County Museum, a life-long Nebraska resident and has a significant moment in history as being the first student to register for college at Bellevue University.
About the Sarpy County Museum
The Sarpy County Museum, incorporated in 1953, is committed to protecting, preserving and promoting Sarpy County’s rich history. It does this by hosting a variety of free programs, archiving local records and assisting with genealogy research. The museum is generously funded by Sarpy County and continues to rely on donations from members, volunteers and community supporters. The museum is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. For more information, contact the Sarpy County Museum, 402-292-1880 or firstname.lastname@example.org.