The Annapolis Quilt Guild was established in 1981 as a 501(c)(3) organization and now has almost 300 members. In addition to monthly meetings, workshops and programs, the guild holds a large, vibrant annual quilt show, hosts two retreats per year, shows its work at local venues and provides information about local quilting bees.

The mission of the guild is to promote educational and philanthropic activities through the art of quilting. We are proud of the ways this mission is fulfilled through:

Hosting quilting-related programs, events and activities throughout the year, including presentations by nationally and internationally known quilters.

Providing opportunities for our members to educate the public by displaying their work at quilt shows and conducting demonstrations.

Contributing generously to community outreach projects and making donations to quilting-related organizations.

Guild News

Catch up on guild happenings through our recent newsletters. They are the best resource for up-to-date information on programs, events, bees, the quilt show and more.

November 2017

October 2017

September 2017

Summer 2017

June 2017

May 2017 Part 1 and May 2017 Part 2

Elected Officers

President: Trish Hankey

Vice President: Kelly Dunahoo

Secretary: Jo Barnes

Treasurer: Donna Brown

Events: Priscilla O'Dell and Jackie Barnes

Membership: Cynthia York and Debbie Varner

Newsletter: Eileen Mattingly

Programs: Polly Schatz and Ellen Moran

Quilt Show: Julie Antinucci, Jenn McCaskey, Elizabeth Balderrama

Senior Advisor: Miki Burgnon

 

Contact Us:  annapolisquiltguild@gmail.com

Committee Chairs

AQG Merchandise:  Brenda MacQuilliam and Rebecca Musliner

Beekeeper: Barbara Whited

Community Outreach: Kathy Cannon

Estate Committee: Lynn Hollway and Prue Hoppin

Historian: Hilke Hoefer

Library: June Bronfenbrenner

Raffle Quilt Wranglers: Hilke Hoefer and Jo Barnes

Social Media: Julie Antinucci and Jenn McCaskey 

Sunshine Lady: Robin Stinchcomb

Tax Committee: Patti Ackerman

Technology: TBD

Webmaster: Carol-Sue McIlhargey