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Eureka Quilt Show

The 10th anniversary of the Eureka Montana Quilt Show will take place on Saturday, August 2nd, in Eureka.  The outdoor show opens at 9:00am with a brilliant display of colorful quilts hung throughout the Tobacco Valley Historical Village, a collection of restored turn-of-the-century buildings and boardwalk in downtown Eureka.  More than 590 quilts are entered in the non-juried show, with the overflow hung on storefronts and in Memorial Park just north of the downtown.  The show is open to the public, free of charge, until 4:00 pm.

Special features for the Diamond Anniversary event include a display of miniature quilts; a boutique selling small quilted items; and a wide variety of quilt-shop vendors.  Many of the quilts on display will be for sale and available for pick up after the show.  Come enjoy the friendly atmosphere of a small town as Eureka celebrates summer in a big way!  Eureka is located approximately 55 miles north of Whitefish on Highway 93, and 10 miles south of the Canadian border.

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