Interested in becoming a member of the Warwick Valley Quilters' Guild? Contact our Membership Chairwoman, Andrea Burton or join us for a regularly scheduled meeting day.
Celebrating Over 30 Years!!!
1982 - 2012
The Warwick Valley Quilters' Guild was founded in September 1982. The purpose of our Guild is to create, stimulate, and maintain an interest in all matters pertaining to the making, collecting and preserving of quilts.
Our membership has grown from approximately thirty members to one hundred and sixty. They herald from New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
The WVQG is a member of the National Quilters' Association, Chapter #223, MAGnet. and the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce..
The guild meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month (except December, when we meet only on the second Tuesday), from 10 am to 2 pm.
Meetings are held at the Senior Citizen Center located at the Warwick Municipal Center, on Kings Highway in Warwick, NY.
2nd Tuesday: Business Meeting
4th Tuesday: Program ($5 fee for guests)
Service Projects, Fellowship Gatherings for UFO work, and other small groups meet on 1st, and 5th Tuesdays, 10-4. Bring your hand or machine work and join in the fellowship. All are welcome.
Workshops meet on the 3rd Tuesday, 10-4, and are by registration only. Workshops are open to members and non-members. (Contact Program Chairwoman.)
Presently, our membership includes quilters from towns in 3 counties in NY, 4 counties in northern NJ as well as members from communities in PA.
For more questions and information about our guild WarwickValleyQG@wvqg.org
or contact an Executive Board Officer, Trustee or Committee Chairwoman. (Links on right column)
Marie Bernegger 2012-2014
Eda Steinman 2013-2015
Arlene Delloro 2014-2016
Program: Barbara Berdy
Newsletter: Marla Silbernagel
Membership: Andrea Burton
Hospitality: Kitty Irons,
Library: Mary Kirchoff
Archives: Susan Schweikhart
Publicity: Gail Bates
Web Site: Carol Poplaski
Applefest Boutique: Marla Silbernagel and Corrine Winters
Scholarship: Arlene Delloro
Service Projects: Susan Ochs
Quilts of Valor: Carol A Johnson