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In recognition of Old Settlers Day and the Missouri 200 year anniversary of Statehood, the Paul Rowe Museum and Sever library meeting room will be open from 10-4 Saturday, September 25th. The library meeting room will hold a display of quilts including the State quilt comprised of a square for each county in Missouri and our local Clark County quilt comprised of squares featuring facts about our county.
We invite quilt owners to enter their quilts in our show and are excited to see their entry. You may deliver your quilt to the Paul Rowe museum (255 North Morgan, Kahoka, MO next to City Hall) on Friday, September 17th or Wednesday, September 22nd from 1:00-4:00 PM to allow time to display them at the library. The display will be staffed by museum volunteers all day. Visitors to the library on Old Settler’s Day may vote for their favorite and a People’s Choice award and prize will awarded to the winner at 2:30. Be sure to stop in to see the quilts and vote for your favorite!
The museum will be offering books, stationery, pins and maps for purchase. The maps are township maps from incomplete and unbound atlases. The museum has several atlases in excellent and complete condition from each of the three years that the large atlas format was published and we have no need to keep partial copies when storage is at a premium. These maps show where residents lived 100+ years ago and would make a great gift!
We look forward to seeing you at the museum and quilt show. Don’t miss seeing the Missouri Bicentennial Quilt while it is in Clark County at our library!
Due to the recent increase in Covid numbers we will be limiting museum visitors to 10 at a time, masks and social distancing will be required at the library and museum.