The Guild generally meets the second Saturday of
every month at the Imperial Centre. *April
and December are usually at an alternate location. Please
see the newsletter for details.
Guests are welcome.
||The Imperial Centre - Arts Building *
||270 Gay Street, Rocky Mount, NC
||9:00 a.m. Social
9:30 a.m. Business meeting and Program
You can read
our latest newsletter by clicking here.
The annual membership is $15.00. The membership
year starts and is renewable each September 1. Print
out and fill out the Membership Application, and
mail it with your dues to the address listed on the
here for the Membership Application - PDF). Guests
Sarah Wade & Martha Blount have organized the
Library. Check out the lists of books, now
List - Title & Author.pdf
Library List - Fiction Books.pdf
Anyone is Welcome
to Our Meetings!
Join us for our
||Rose Bullen, Jan Marie Potter, Pam Smith,
||Debbie Quitiquit & Dawn Hendrix
||Maryann Rettino, Sue Fry, Sandy Harris, Gayle
Helm & Susie Crumpler
||Sarah Wade and Martha Blount
|Tarboro History Day
Activities and Benefits
We have monthly meetings and lectures, workshops, we participate
in community outreach projects, and host an occasional
Quilt Show and Day of Sharing. Many of our members belong
to Quilting Bees, participate in our Quilt Challenges and
make use of our extensive library. Members also receive
our monthly newsletter, "Quilting
Times", which can also be found on this website.
You will also receive discounts from local quilt shops
for being a guild member.
The Guild’s community outreach efforts include neonatal
quilts year-round for Nash General Hospital and Heritage
Hospital; Patriotic Quilts for wounded soldiers, adoption
quilts, and various other charity/outreach venues throughout
the year. Maryann Rettino, Sandy Harris & Gayle Helm
head up our community outreach.
Tar River Piecemakers Quilting Guild was founded
in 2000 by a group of 9 women (Helen Alston, Carolyn Batts,
Rachel Cowley, Susie Crumpler, Sue Fry, Louise Janelle,
Ann Layton, Ramona Orzell & Teresa Pierce) to promote
their love of quilt-making and to provide fellowship with
other quilters. Our main purpose as a non-profit organization
is to promote and perpetuate the art of quilting. The work
of the Guild is designed to benefit and educate all persons
interested in preserving, continuing and advancing this
art. Our challenge is to encourage continuing interest
in the art in all its forms and to promote the art by teaching
and sponsoring workshops and exhibits.