Landmark Park Quilt Retreat & Movie Screening
Landmark Park's annual Quilt Retreat, led by Sherry Burkhalter, will be held on February 9 from 5 p.m.-9 p.m. and February 10 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Our theme this year is Bed Runners Galore using Kathy Brown's book "Bed Runners Using Pre-cuts." Cost for the retreat is $65 and includes supper Friday, lunch Saturday, drinks and snacks. Bring your sewing machines and supplies. Visit Sherry's shop, Quilted Creations in Headland, to prepurchase the book and fabrics. Participants should go home with a completed top if not quilted. Call Sherry at 334-790-9045 to register.
See Landmark Park on the big screen! On Feb. 18 at 3 p.m., AMC Dothan 6 Theater will host a viewing of "The Staying Kind," a short film about a Civil War bride's experiences on the home front. This film was shot at Landmark Park and was written, directed and stars Dothan native Rachel Hendrix. Rachel will attend the screening and will be available to talk with visitors. Seating is limited and advance tickets are required. Tickets are $10 per person and can be purchased by calling Landmark Park at 334-794-3452. Proceeds benefit Landmark Park. (Film runtime is 25 minutes)
Visit www.thestayingkindfilm.com http://www.thestayingkindfilm.com/ for a behind the scenes look at The Staying Kind, starring Dothan native Rachel Hendrix and shot at Landmark Park.
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