Post Oak's Busy Bee Quilters
Post Oak's Busy Bee Quilters was organized in 1977 in the Sunday School rooms of the Baptist Church with 19 members. In 1979 they moved to the old Methodist Church that had been converted to a Community Center with the money from the sale of the Post Oak School land. The first quilt show was held in May of 1980 with over 150 entries. Since then members have shrunk to 12 with some of them driving 50 miles to attend the weekly meetings. There are two charter members, Marilyn Scarber and Wanda Davis. Quilts are made each year and donated to area Fire Departments, local needy people, and to the North Texas Rehab Center in Wichita Falls.
Come Quilt with Us
Every Thursday from 10 AM to 4 PM, the Busy Bee Quilters meet at the Post Oak Community Center and work on quilting. We have a covered dish potluck for lunch. All skill levels are welcome.
Post Oak Community Center
On Schmittou Road at FM 2127 (Jack County) between Hwy 59 & 148. Click here for a map
*** Busy Bee Quilt Show ***
Post Oak Community Center, Post Oak, Texas
September 29 & 30, 2017
10 AM - 4 PM
QUILTS on DISPLAY
TRASH & TREASURE
SANDWICHES or BEANS & CORNBREAD
Served 11AM to 2 PM
For Information Email Us
(Or click here to see our email address.)
Everyone is invited to attend.
Entry Form and Rules
Entry Form and Rules (PDF)
There is no entry fee and anyone may enter. Entry forms may be picked up at the office of Alinda Cox (Jack County Texas Cooperative Extension Agent, in the Courthouse, Jacksboro, Texas), requested by email, or printed from the PDF. There have been entries from as far away as Arkansas and from Jacksboro, Henrietta, Chico, Bridgeport, Paradise, Bowie, Graham, and Fort Worth.