Arts, Dining & Entertainment

Billings Farm & Museum extends quilt exhibition through Sept. 7

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WOODSTOCK—Billings Farm & Museum’s 34th annual Quilt Exhibition, originally scheduled July 18 to Aug. 23, has been extended through Sept. 7 – on site and online!

Juried contemporary quilts made by local quilters and historical quilts along with challenge quilts crafted by the Delectable Mountain Quilt Guild from Bethel are on display. On site guests will view the colorful array of exquisite quilts and meet the quilters on hand to discuss their work.

Visit the quilt exhibition online at,  featuring in-depth conversations with the quilters about their quilt-making process and a behind-the-scenes look at the exhibition and jurying process. View quilting demonstrations and join for Thursday Threads Online, a weekly series featuring fiber arts and textile-related crafts.

Whether visiting on site or online, guests will have the opportunity to vote for their favorite quilt to receive the People’s Choice award. Vote while visiting the Quilt Exhibition. The People’s Choice will be announced on Friday, Aug. 28.

Billings Farm & Museum is open Thursdays – Mondays, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. As of July 1, the site will be limited to a maximum capacity of 225 people at one time, per state guidance, and face coverings must be worn by all guests over the age of 2 everywhere on the site, including the outdoors. For more about visiting Billings Farm safely, updates on site capacity, and to learn which spaces are open, visit

The Billings Farm & Museum is owned and operated by The Woodstock Foundation Inc., a charitable non-profit institution. Billings Farm & Museum is committed to providing educational opportunities and experiences to our visitors, whether here in Woodstock, Vermont or at home wherever you are through online resources at Billings Farm at Home. Visit the newly relaunched, and find them on Facebook at and Instagram at

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