Black Belt Quilt Mural Trail
SUMTER COUNTY *please click on each location to learn more about their site.
SM1. Black Belt Museum | Livingston |
SM2. Black Belt Garden | Livingston |
SM3. Black Belt Prairie | Livingston |
SM4. Linda and Charlie Munoz’s home | Cuba |
QUILT BLOCKS UNVEILED IN SUMTER COUNTY FOR THE BLACK BELT QUILT MURAL TRAIL
Sumter County unveiled the first four quilt blocks completed for the Black Belt Quilt Mural Trail on Thursday, December 3rd at 2 p.m. The first four quilt blocks in Sumter County are located in Livingston and Cuba. Three quilt blocks are on the University of West Alabama’s campus at the Black Belt Museum, the Black Belt Garden, and the Black Belt Prairie.
The other quilt block is at Linda and Charlie Munoz’s home in Cuba.
To see more photographs from the unveiling, click here.
BBTCAC is continuing to seek volunteers and partners to assist with the trail development, including but not limited to: quilters, artists, historians, community non-profits, area arts organizations, local businesses and community leaders, and community members interested in helping promote local tourism. If you would like to be a part of the Black Belt Quilt Mural Trail or would like more information contact Kristin Law, Art Programs & Marketing Director at BBTCAC at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 334-682-9878.
CLICK HERE to learn more about joining the Black Belt Quilt Mural Trail.