The Texas Quilt Museum Will Reopen On June 4th!
LA GRANGE, TEXAS – June 1, 2020 – The Texas Quilt Museum has announced that it will reopen for visitors beginning Thursday, June 4, at 10 am.
The three exhibits for spring—which had just debuted when the Museum had to close in mid-March due to the worldwide pandemic and state’s orders—have been extended until September 20. They include “Texas Grand Masters: Timeless Quilts,” “Fun with Fractals and Other Mathematical Quilts,” and “My Mexico by Quilters de México.”
According to guidelines set by Governor Greg Abbott, all museums in the State of Texas were approved to reopen on May 1. Out of an abundance of caution, we made the decision to hold off our own reopening for a while longer. We will be adhering to the workplace guidelines established by the Governor’s office and our own policies including:
Amended hours of operation will be Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 10 am-4 pm. The Museum will no longer be open on Sundays. The lovely Grandmother’s Flower Garden will be open for visitors, and the Museum gift shop will also be in operation. For those who are still quarantining, two of the exhibits are available to see here online. See links below.
“We’re ready to reopen and have our visitors see the beauty and creativity of these amazing works in person,” says Museum Manager Julie Maffei. “But in a way that is safe for all of our guests and staff!”
Click HERE to check out “Fun With Fractals and Other Mathematical Quilts,” specially curated for the Texas Quilt Museum!
Click HERE to check out “Texas Grandmasters: Timeless Quilts.” It’s our special exhibit celebrating the work of artists age 75 and up!
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