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Guild Meetings are the 3rd Thursday of each Month

Two Different Meetings, Two Different Programs

Riverlakes Ranch Community Center
3825 Riverlakes Dr, Bakersfield, CA 93312

Daytime  1:00pm 
Our most popular meeting featuring National Speakers, Raffles,
our Philanthropic Projects, Program Information and Sign-ups, Show & Tell, and Snacks. 

CPQ at Night  6:15pm
Our nighttime meetings focuses on sharing ideas, techniques, and a whole lot of fun!
Raffles, Swaps, Show & Tell, and Games are regular events at these informal gatherings,
often with a focus on Modern Quilting. 




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Our programs and lectures feature outstanding artists from all over the country sharing their vast collections of work, new techniques and ideas, and the latest innovations in quilt making. They are free-of-charge to all members and open to the general public for only $5.


Upcoming Events
Upcoming Workshops

At our workshops our featured artists expand on the techniques they have shared in our Guild meetings and teach us their latest tricks and patterns! These classes are held at our local quilt, and craft, stores around Bakersfield; always fun and and a great value. Many of our artists teach at major quilt shows around the country, and we are honored that they come to our guild to share their expertise! 
To sign-up for one of our workshops, click the link at the left for the class you want, register, and pay your tuition all here online; you may also register at our monthly Guild meeting. Once registration is complete, you will be given your list of supplies (as they are available) and you may also make your lunch selection once it is posted. 

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                                                                                Mission Statement

The purpose of this organization shall be to preserve and continue the traditions, culture and history of quilting; to promote fellowship among persons interested in all aspects of quilting; to contribute knowledge and promote the appreciation of fine quilting; to sponsor and support quilting activities; to encourage quilt making and collecting; to contribute to the growth and knowledge of quilt making techniques, textiles and patterns through educational meetings.