White Bluffs Quilt Museum
to preserve and teach...
294 Torbett Street
Richland, WA 99354
(509) 943-2552
White Bluffs Quilt Museum
About Us
2018 Annual Stash Sale
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Traveling Exhibits
-  Native American Heritage
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
Meet Our Sponsors
Great Links


2017 Programs at White Bluffs

We are delighted to announce that our Summer
Children's Textile Arts Program
was successfully completed.
Gotta Have It! & Pop-up Patchwork Sale
were a resounding success in September.
We will present similiar programs in 2018.
A new schedule of classes is currently being revised.
Friendship groups are meeting every month and
Native American Month for 2017 was spectacular!

Native American Heritage Month


 Every year, White Bluffs plans a series of events to commemorate the
culture and heritage of our Native Americans. 
Fall, 2017 was very special!

This year the Native American Discovery Unit  parked at White Bluffs Quilt Museum for two (2) days. Friday, October 27th and Saturday, October 28th, from 10::00 am - 5:00 pm.  School tours were conducted and many families came to visit.

The Wanapum Native American Discovery Unit (WNADU) is part of the Wanapum Heritage Center. The WNADU is a custom motor home that brings the Wanapum history and culture to you.  Inside, our guests learned who the Wanapum are, what foods they  prefer, their way of life, and what is important to them, and how they maintain their culture. Inside the WNADU Visitors can view a miniature of the old Priest Rapids Wanapum Village and many other Wanapum artifacts.

White Bluffs also presented two exhibits (one at White Bluffs, one at the Richland Library), a Class in Native Beading, Craft Demos, and the East Benton County Museum presented a lecture and a tour of their collection of Native American Artifacts.

Check our web page, "Native American Heritage" for more details.

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