The Landmark Park quilt show is back for another year.
It's part of the Wiregrass Heritage Festival.
This year a special exhibit of 1930s-era quilts will be on display.
It's at the stokes activity barn, Friday through Sunday.
"I think the beauty and importance behind quilts are the memories, most people associate a quilt with a grandmother with some sort of memory and quilts are being used now in decorating, bringing a human element into a very fast paced world and a lot of people get comfort from quilts," said quilt show judge Karen Williamson.
Their will also be a silent auction and several vendors.
Admission to the quilt show is free with gate paid admission.