PARIS – The Paris Cape Historical Society will open for afternoon visits and research from 1 to 4 p.m. Thursday, May 19, and subsequent Thursdays thereafter.

The public is invited to see the Oxford County Bicentennial Quilt at the museum at 77 High St., South Paris. It will be set up during the afternoon.

Larry Glatz, organizer of Oxford County Bicentennial events, will speak on the quilt project at the 7 p.m. meeting that day.

He will talk about the overall process of making the quilt a reality and tell who was involved in its creation.

Barbara Swan Frost, master quilter, will also speak about the techniques employed in executing the 40 squares, plus the Bicentennial Square she created.

The program will be preceded by a brief business meeting. Refreshments will be served after the program.


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