White Bluffs Quilt Museum
to preserve and teach...
294 Torbett Street
Richland, WA 99354
(509) 943-2552
White Bluffs Quilt Museum
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Traveling Exhibits
-  Native American Heritage Celebration
Childrens Classes
-  Childrens Summer Classes
-  Children's Class Registration Form
Classes for Adults
-  ABC Animals Baby Quilt
-  Attic Windows
-  Denim Jean Quilt
-  Crazy Quilt Pillow
-  Mini Paper Piecing
-  Needle Turn Applique
Classes Desert Fiber Arts
-  Dye Your Own Fiber
-  Nuno Felting & Wet Felting
-  Spinning Beehive Coils & Plying
Friendship Groups
Preserving Your Textiles
-  Flood Damaged Textiles
-  Documenting Textiles
Quilt Index Project
-  Quilts and more
-  Kitcken stuff and more
-  Bags and other stuff
Local Textile Guilds
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Native American Heritage Celebration

White Bluffs Quilt Museum Celebrates Native American Heritage
This Program has been made possible by a grant from the City of Richland
and a Historic Preservation Grant from Benton County.
Our 2018 Celebration will begin with an exhibit at the Richland Library
October 1- 31, 2018
This exhibit includes a collection of quilt blocks designed to tell the story of the
Corps of Discovery as they searched for a continuous water route across the continent.
Lewis & Clark's mission was to map the entire route and record
as much data as they could about the flora, fauna and native peoples on their journey.
The expedition began on May 14, 1804 and ended September 23, 1806.
The exhibit includes Quilt blocks depicting the travel's of Lewis and Clark,
printed information describing the images and quotes from the Lewis and Clark Journal.
Baskets and Native American artifacts complete the exhibit.
White Bluffs Quilt Museum Native American Exhibit
October 1 - November 30, 2018
This exhibit will display Native American Artifacts and Textiles.

Two Presentations waiting to be confirmed:
These two programs are waiting on confirmation from the
Wanapum and the Yakama Nation.
October 18th, 1:00 - 3:00 pm
A school presentation at White Bluffs on the cultural significance and history
of the Native American Dances, Presented by Lela Buck 
and a Social Dance Troupe from the Wanapum Nation.
Saturday, October 20
A family presentation from the Yakama Nation that will include a performance and
slide show on the tribal dances, complete with dances and regalia

Movie Night 
Western Thunder, Friday, October 26, 6:30 pm
The Collected Works of Frank McCarthy
Art reproductions synchronized to epic music.
A collection of 100 original works of art with an hour of music.
Frank McCarthy's artistic approach is not to create a historical document, 
but a portrayal of a scene that has happened many times in many places in
the West. Each scene holds as much visual impact, detail, and action
as possible. Narration free – pure enjoyment. 58 minutes
Location: White Bluffs Quilt Museum
 Encounters, Friday, November 2nd. 6:30 pm
The Art of Bev Doolittle, with Native Wood Flute Music by Werner John.
Bev Doolittle's work reflects her love of horses, passion for the natural world
and her affinity for the Native American's spiritual relationship to the land
No narration – pure enjoyment. 50 minutes
Location: White Bluffs Quilt Museum


A Bus Tou
This is a draft of our tour proposal. 
Some additional museums and "points of interest" may be added.
We are working on it...

Saturday, October 13, 2018
Depart 9:00 – 10:00 am
Return 3:00 – 4:00 pm
Depart Richland to Dayton, WA 
Destination: Petit Creek Campsite
A life size encampment in steel silhouette sculptures.
After reaching the Pacific in November of 1805,
the Corp camped, near the confluence of the Walla Walla
and the Columbia Rivers, at Petit creek on it's way home.
Here they met with Yellepit, the chief of the Walla Walla.
Depart for Walla Walla, museum tour, lunch in Walla Walla.
Depart for Whitman Museum and tour.
One additional Museum in Walla Walla will be confirmed.
Depart for Richland 

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