Below is a letter we sent out to a few thousand bonus card members. If you didn't receive a letter, no worries because you'll be able to read it below and all the critical information I've been sending out in newsletters. Thank you for your support and for reading this. Beckie and I (Emily) appreciate you greatly.
Without you we wouldn't be able to continue the late owner my Grandmother, Suzanne Alice Wells Wurzberger's dream and passion of owning a quilt shop and filling it with fabric, patterns, quilting kits, gifts, puzzles, and everything quilting of course!
Beckie and I (Emily) are humble and honored to be able to continue her legacy. We are assisted by my nine-year-old twins, Colton and Landon. They also help their Great Grandfather in the 1836 Country Store.
Would you be able to honor us with one or more of your quilts or quilts made by a loved one? We will be excepting quilts at the Norton House now until October 11th. See the back of this page for complete details.
We invite you to join bring in your honorable quilts our adventures on Facebook - www.Facebook.com/NortonHouseQuilting to see the latest projects, flash sales, and other noteworthy information.
Would you be able to honor us with one or more of your quilts?
All donations will be going to LKG a local organization which stands for Loose Knit Group. During the academic year, they provide food for the Deerfield Valley kids on the weekends and when the schools cannot. They began the Food 4 Kids program to provide kids with filled bags with non-perishable foods for eligible children each Friday. If you can help the organization with their cause, contact Barbara directly, firstname.lastname@example.org or email her if you have questions about the program.
Quilts of Valor will be featured at the show. Quilts of Valor, an organization dedicated to making quilts for all American soldiers and veterans who have been touched by war. The Deerfield Valley Chapter is newly formed, and Tammie will be featured at the quilt show accepting donations and signing people up to join the local chapter. The group started working together in last April. The group is working hard to be able to present each local veteran with a quilt.
In Honor of my Grandmother Suzanne Alice Wells Wurzberger, I vow to do what is needed to ensure the Quilt & Crafts Show success and prosperity going forward. If you have questions I welcome you to contact me.
Set up for the show will be on Friday from 4-6pm, however, we can open sooner but you need to contact Beckie or Emily at the Norton House for an appointment (we hope to be able to accommodation you). We’re open 9-5pm daily at the Norton House, 802-464-7213 or email at: Emily@NortonHouseQuilting.com
We have no vendors space left. However, we have created a waiting list for next year, 2019.
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Norton House Quilting
PO Box 579
Wilmington, VT 05363
Shop phone number: 802-464-7213