The Belle Point Quilter's Guild was formed in 1984 to promote the appreciation of the rich heritage of the art of quilting and to enhance each member's own quilting skills and knowledge. It shall also be the purpose of this organization to expand and to enrich the art of quilting for future generations.
We meet every 4th Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at Fort Smith Senior Activity Center, 2700 Cavanaugh Road, Fort Smith, AR. Well known speakers as well as the Guild's own talented members lecture and present a variety of informative and stimulating programs related to quilting. Our monthly meetings also feature Show and Tell, Block of the Month, door prizes, and much more. Guests are always welcome. We participate in local quilt shows, and have a quilt camp every year. We are involved in many community service projects.
Come join in the fun!
This is our latest donation quilt for 2016! The name is Jeweled Milky Way pieced by Leola Curtis and quilted by Shelia Covey. Members of the guild will be selling tickets for this beautiful quilt through the December Christmas guilt meeting. Be sure to get your tickets for a chance to win! Good luck!
Mark your calendars for our upcoming 2016 quilt show, A River Runs Through It, Fri., Oct. 14 (9-6pm) and Sat., Oct. 15 (9-3pm). There will be over 200 quilts, special exhibits, door prizes, a donation quilt, vendor's mall, silent auction, demos, and a judged show. Admission: $6. Lunch will be available. Free parking.