June 17, 2022 - The Arts Council of Calvert County's Calvert Barn Quilt Trail installed the 22nd square on the Trail on June 15, 2022 at Christ Church, 3100 Broomes Island Rd., Port Republic, MD 20676.
Christ Church celebrated its 350th Anniversary on June 5, 2022 as the oldest continually worshipping congregation in Calvert County. The Church was one of the original 30 Anglican Parishes in the Province of Maryland, and has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1975.
Christopher Garcia and members of the Vestry chose "Job's Tears," a
traditional Biblical quilt pattern for their square. It sits beside the
Jousting Field, where Ring Jousting, Maryland's Individual Official
State Sport, is celebrated annually at their Jousting Tournament and
Maryland Public Television (MPT) to host a Calvert County Barn Quilt Bus Tour on November 5, 2021
MPT is hosting a second Barn Quilt Bus Tour. This time we head to Calvert County, MD. Join us as we tour the sites of more than a dozen barn quilt squares in Calvert County, Maryland. On this tour, guests will have the opportunity to leave the motor coach to photograph a number of squares, enjoy a Chesapeake-style lunch overlooking Fishing Creek and the Chesapeake Bay, participate in museum tours, and explore the sites in North Beach. Friday, November 5, 2021 from 7:30am-5:30pm. REGISTER HERE (leaving site).
BLANKET COVERAGE - Following the barn quilt trails (Chesapeake Bay Magazine, January 21, 2021)
June 9, 2019, the Chesapeake Beach Railway Museum proudly joins the
Calvert Barn Quilt Trail. The square's design was inspired by a
turn of the century style wrought iron railing, and the railway elements
were added by the team of Mel Gallipeau, Graphic/Media Designer, Calvert
Marine Museum, James C. Crane, Curator of Exhibits, Calvert Marine
Museum, and Correine Moore, Administrative Assistant, Chesapeake Beach
Railway Museum. The square is sponsored by the Friends of the Chesapeake
Beach Railway Museum.
19, 2019 - The
Arts Council of Calvert County and the Calvert Barn Quilt Trail
Committee are happy to announce the installation of the "Circle of Love"
quilt square at Raymond-Wood Funeral Home, 10684 Southern Maryland
Blvd., Dunkirk, MD 20754. To view the square enter the back parking lot
and go to the side of the building.
For more information about purchasing a square for your property, click here .
February 14, 2019 - The Arts Council of Calvert County is pleased to
announce the ninth installation on the Calvert Barn Quilt Trail. The
Friends of Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum have chosen Maryland's
State flower, the Black Eyed Susan, as the design to adorn the Visitor
Center Barn. In 1893, Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson
donated one of the most important archaeological properties in the the
Chesapeake Bay region. At the time, it was the largest private donation
of a historical property ever made to the state of Maryland. Her gift
created Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum. Today, it is a 560-acre
working farm devoted to telling the story of the archaeology and history
of the Chesapeake region, and to protecting the fast-disappearing rural
environment of Southern Maryland.
August 10, 2018 - Arts Council's Barn Quilt Trail adds three new pieces (by MICHAEL REID firstname.lastname@example.org )
April 20, 2018 - Three new squares were installed in North Beach.
square is the Maple Leaf, which will reside at Chesapeake's Bounty, 9124
Bay Avenue, North Beach, MD. The classic Maple Leaf quilt design
is a perfect fit for Chesapeake's Bounty. Chosen and painted by Veronica
Cristo of Chesapeake's Bounty, the Maple Leaf reminds us that trees help
as we know it. Veronica and Will Kreamer, founder of Chesapeake's Bounty
and a third generation farmer, believe in the health and economic
benefits of local food, supporting local farmers, watermen, and other
producers and paying fair market prices for their products. The new
North Beach Market is an ideal complement to their local food system
vision in that it brings local food from throughout the Chesapeake Bay
Watershed right to the doorstep of the community.
The second square is Trip Around the World, which will reside at The Wheel Store, 4109 7th St., North Beach, MD. The Trip Around the World quilt block hanging on the back fence at The Wheel Store was first designed by Marilou Winkler, age 87, as a quilt to be raffled off at a fundraiser at The Wheel for the National Parkinson's Foundation, to honor Marilou's school principal who was diagnosed with the disease. The Wheel, established in 2011 by Celia Molofsky, is a "Boutique-Gallery-Tavern" whose goal is to support the community through the Arts. Hosting the fundraiser for Parkinson's research is one of the ways she is doing just that.
September 22, 2017
The Solomon's Island Visitor Center is hosting a display of six of the Calvert Barn Quilt Trail's mini squares to raise awareness of the Trail among visitors to the Center.
September 9, 2017
September 8, 2017
The Arts Council of Calvert County is pleased to announce the
installation of the first square of the Calvert Barn Quilt Trail on
Friday, September 8, 2017 at 4:00 PM. The square, designed by Karla
Sisson, is hosted by the Cox family at Mulberry Hill Farm, at 50
Mulberry Lane on Rt. 4 in Huntingtown, MD.
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