Mother’s Dream Quilting Bee

Sun Oct 15 | 1:30 - 4:00 pm, Baxter Hall

Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America and the Black Women for Positive Change are hosting a Mother’s Dream Quilting Bee on Sunday, October 15th 1:30 pm- 4:00 pm in Baxter Hall. The Mother’s Dream Quilt Project symbolizes the human toll of gun violence, as well as a mother’s determination to create a safer environment for our children. Come create a quilt square with your own meaningful fabric or use provided

The Mother’s Dream Quilt Project symbolizes the human toll of gun violence, as well as a mother’s determination to create a safer environment for our children. Come create a quilt square with your own meaningful fabric or use provided fabric. Quilt squares will be sewn into a Mother’s Dream Quilt for DC and will be put on display across the country and online. Visit www.mothersdreamquilt.org for examples. RSVP to Sara Kerai at sarakerdc@gmail.com.

Visit www.mothersdreamquilt.org for examples. RSVP to Sara Kerai.

No sewing experience is necessary!