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Vermont Quilt Bee—Events and Shows 2016

The “Bees for Development Sunflower Quilt” is featured in the February/March 2016 (No. 450) issue of Quilter’s Newsletter Magazine, p. 76

Tuesday, March 15th, Noon to 1:00pm, South Burlington Community Library, 540 Dorset St, S. Burlington, VT.
Lecture: “Vermont Quilt Bee: Creativity, Craft and Community.” A display of Hope Johnson’s bee quilts and the story of the collaborative influence of beekeepers and guild members on her art quilts. Free and open to the public

Saturday, May 21, 10:am to 1:00pm, South Burlington Community Library, “DIY Demo Day” (do-it-yourself and craft/hobby demonstrations). HopeJohnson will offer a display of art quilts, a hands-on “Honey Bee Geometry” activity for the whole family, and information on perennials for pollinators. Free and open to the public.

June 24–26, Vermont Quilt Festival, Champlain Valley Exposition, 105 Pearl Street, Essex Junction, VT

July 27–29, Eastern Apicultural Society Conference, Richard Stockton University, Galloway, New Jersey.
Hope Johnson will be there in her vendor booth with honeybee themed art quilts, linens and prints.

October 21–23, Champlain Valley Quilt Guild VT, “All That Jazz” quilt show
Champlain Valley Exposition, 105 Pearl Street, Essex Junction, VT

November and December, Holiday Show, Town Hall Theater Jackson Gallery, 68 S. Pleasant St., Middlebury, VT

Vermont pols with Hope Johnson's Mind Your Own Beexwax
Left to right: US Senator Bernie Sanders, US Senator Patrick Leahy, Vermont Governor Peter Schumlin, and US Representative Peter Welch
pose in front of Mind Your Own Beeswax by Hope Johnson at the Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont
33rd Annual Winter Conferenc,
2/14/2015, University of Vermont, Burlington


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