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2016 Flint Festival of Quilts community opportunity to support Project Linus

Presented by Greater Flint Arts Council at ALL 2106 FLINT FESTIVAL OF QUILTS HOST SITES, Flint Michigan

Sep 08 - 10 2016
2016 Flint Festival of Quilts community opportunity to support Project Linus

2016 Flint Festival of Quilts:  

Community Opportunity to Support the National Organization Project Linus right here at Home by Donating Quilts and Afghans for Children in Crisis


*Donate a Quilt or Afghan to Project Linus for Children in Crisis. 

Each quilt site throughout the festival is ready to receive your donation of tangible love for children who need to know Someone Cares. All donations of afgahans and quilts that fit the requirements of Project Linus will be donated a chapter of the

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Sign language may be offered throughout the festival at participating locations. Please contact the 2016 Flint Festival of Quilts Coordinator, Lanie Nix, at 810.336.9555 for other special needs…it is the intention of Greater Flint Arts Council to make the Festival of Quilts as accessible as possible for as many as possible with an attitude of fun community service for ALL!

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.



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