BRIDGETON -- The town of Bridgeton will host its fifth Quilt and Woodworking Show Saturday and Sunday, June 13-14
Hours will be 10 a.m.-5 p.m., both days. Admission is free and there will be plenty of parking and food choices available.
In the Bridgeton 1878 Barn, see beautiful new and antique quilts and get a family heirloom. Quilts are hand-stitched, machine-stitched and Grandma's heirlooms. See live quilting demonstrations and vote for a favorite quilt.
In Collom's General Store, see members of the International Woodworkers Association at work. See chainsaw artist Dan Collom at work, along with bowl carvers, pin turners, woodlathes and other woodworkers. Visit with the artisans, enjoy the work and shop for a unique handmade wood gift or item for the home or office.
Visit the Bridgeton Grist Mill and see live demonstrations of grinding corn and wheat. Visit the new Henhouse Coffee Shop in the Emporium and check out a yard sale. Enjoy a meal at the Country Store. Visit Ye Olde Covered Bridge Shoppe and stop by the 1878 House and 1822 Case Log Cabin for a peek into the past. Take a stroll through the beautiful covered bridge.
Take a scenic drive through hills and valleys in southern Parke County.
Bridgeton is located in southern Parke County, nine miles south of Rockville, or take State Road 59 north from Brazil to the green Bridgeton highway sign, or travel east of Rosedale six miles.
For further information, call 1-765-548-2136.