Crafters' booths will be on the grassy area next to the building. Entrance to the crafters' area does not require a ticket.
Algood Senior Center, located just beyond the crafters' booths at 125 Fourth Ave. N.
Entrance to the Country Store does not require a ticket. You will find many bargains and delights prepared by the people that attend the activities of the Senior Center. They prepare for this event all year. You will find baked goods, jelly, fabric, needlework and quilting books and magazines, and more.
Burtons Chapel United Methodist Church, 133 Mill Street.
This oldest Black church in Putnam County is a fitting location for historical displays.
You can bet these are treasured heirlooms that have been passed down from
generation to generation.
Algood United Methodist Church, 135 W. Main Street.
In the sanctuary will be displays of old and antique quilts.
Be sure to view these and make your vote for the Viewers' Choice awards.
Signature (fomerly Masters) Healthcare Center - 278 Dry Valley Rd.
You will find displays of quilts belonging to residents and staff of the healthcare facility.
Algood Hooper Huddleston & Horner Event Center - 124 1st Ave.
A collection of family quilts will be displayed.
Algood City Hall - 215 W. Main St.
The city hall will be the location of the model train exhibit.
Men will enjoy this while their ladies are viewing quilts. Admission free.
Classes will be held in the upstairs conference room.
The Quilt Festival is held in the town of Algood, Tennessee and quilt displays and other events are held in different locations in the town. Here are the locations and what you can expect to see and do at each location:
Fuel Student Ministry Center, 212 Pennock Street, located behind Trinity Assembly Church.
This is where you will come to register/purchase your ticket. The signs will direct you. After you register you will see our sponsors displays, and quilts entered for judging.
This will be the location where those going on the quilt barn tour on Thursday will meet to board the bus at 9 AM.