Saturday, June 25 9-4 One day only at the Frahm House. 7 historic quilts on display, several of which were featured in the Smithsonian American Art Museum exhibit “Going West! Quilts and Community.” $3 admission – provides admission to both the Museum and the Frahm House. FREE for members. Frahm House 220 S. 15th St.
Wednesday, June 23 @ 1 pm and 3 pm Step behind the scenes of our Wedding Dresses Through Time exhibit before it opens. Take a small group personal tour of the dresses with Curator Faith as she discusses the styles, fabrics, colors and owners of these fabulous dresses from 1850 through 1970 Tickets are $5
Free Concert at the Lions Park train depot15th & Park Streets, Blair Friday, June 25 at 7:30 pm Come on out to the park for a FREE concert featuring Stinkbait. The Stinkbait boys blend country, bluegrass, western swing and superb vocals for a rolicking good time. Bring lawn chairs, a picnic and your dancing shoes
On display June 25-July 24 Wedding dresses from 1850 through 1970. This exquisite array of colors and styles reflect the decades. All dresses worn by Washington County women, from early pioneers to people you may know! Exhibit free with your $3 admission to the museum. Museum members always FREE.