It will be in Downtown Sedro-Woolley! Truly, that's what you need to know to find it!
Our downtown core is Metcalf Street - about three blocks long. Part of the street will be blocked off to traffic and filled with food vendors and other enticements - all for the annual Blast From the Past celebration.
If you want to put an address into your GPS, the quilt show will be at 807 and 817 Metcalf Street. Two locations! We need a lot of room to put up all of the quilts!
If you are familiar with Sedro-Woolley's downtown core, these two addresses are the former Courier Times building and the former Oliver Hammer building (OH moved one address south - yes, you can still shop there and they are bigger than ever!). The Courier Times, Sedro-Woolley's weekly newspaper, is now published at the location of its parent company in Mount Vernon.
So just come to downtown Sedro-Woolley and look for the signs that say "quilt show". There is plenty of parking in the municipal parking lots just off Metcalf. Blast from the Past is a festival for strolling, and you'll enjoy the downtown ambiance! Look for the vintage car show on Sunday, just off Metcalf, in front of the Sedro-Woolley Museum (intersection of Woodworth and Murdock). Lots of restaurants, lots of family fun! Come early! Stay late! Enjoy!