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Rainy Day Quilt Guild

About the
Rainy Day Quilt Guild

The Rainy Day Quilt Guild (RDQG) was established in 1987. We strive to promote cooperation and an exchange of ideas among those interested in or engaged in quilt making; to instruct members in methods and techniques and to inspire personal achievement; and to encourage and maintain high standards of design and technique in quilt making.

Meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday of each month
6:30 PM at Holy Name Parish Hall.
All levels of quilters are invited and encouraged to attend!
Please follow this link for a calendar of Rainy Day Quilt Guild events.

The “Quilting in the Rain” quilt show is held annually, the third weekend in February. This free event is hosted at the Ted Ferry Civic Center and all residents of the community are encouraged to enter their handmade quilts. 

“Quilting in the Rain” Quilt Show - February 18 & 19, 2023
Check back for more information on the show and how to register your quilts!

Annual membership dues to the Rainy Day Quilt Guild are $35. Please find the membership form below.

For question please email stbrainard14@gmail.com

Rainy Day Quilt Guild
Community Service

Community Service is an integral part of the Rainy Day Quilter’s Guild. Members come together to make quilts to present to families in our community who have lost their possessions in a fire, to make bibs for the residents of our Pioneer Home, to sew pillowcases for Women in Safe Homes, and to make quilts for Child Protective Services and the infusion center at the Ketchikan Hospital. Aside from members working on these projects in their spare time, the Community Service members meet monthly to work together on these larger group projects.

Quilts of Valor are presented to local service members or veterans in acknowledgement of their service and sacrifice to our country. You may nominate a local service member or veteran by completing the Quilt of Valor form.

Higher education scholarships are awarded annually to a Ketchikan School District Senior who is interested in pursuing an education/career in the Arts. This includes, but is not limited to, textile arts, performing arts, graphic arts, media arts, culinary arts, etc. This scholarship may be used for a Fine Arts camp, vocational, or traditional post-secondary programs.

The Positive Impact of the Arts in Ketchikan

  • Impact of the Arts in Ketchikan

    5,700,000 million annually

  • Direct employment by arts sector

    73

  • Volunteers

    1289

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