More than 100 quilts to hang in village

Once again this year, Ladner will get an extra splash of colour as quilts of all shapes, sizes and styles go on display during the annual Ladner Village Quilt Walk and Classic Car Show.

More than 100 quilts will be put on display starting Saturday evening for the yearly event that combines quilts and classic cars.

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One of the organizers, Dawn Fielden, who owns The Quilted Bear with business partner Carol Tario Bobick, says Saturday evening is a good time for those wanting to check out the quilts at a more leisurely pace.

Most will be displayed in store windows while the larger quilts will be hung at Open Space Yoga on Delta Street.

The quilts will remain on display throughout the 10th annual show on Sunday.

Again this year, members of the Boundary Bay Quilters' Guild will be in front of The Quilted Bear on Delta Street with quilt displays and demonstrations.

As well, there will be a by-donation quilt raffle, with proceeds benefiting the Canadian Cancer Society.

Fielden says the annual show is a boon for the store.

"It's always our biggest weekend of the year."

File Photo / Members of the Boundary Bay Quilters' Guild will be demonstrating the craft during the show.;

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