As Ontario starts to gradually open the doors out of our homes and into society once again, I pray that every parent, child, friend and family keeps an eye on each other and continues to social distance and wear a mask when unsure of situations or the people they are with.
If any doubt remains about the value of these simple measures one has only to look south of the border to see what can happen when ignored.
For something safe to do, there is a colourful and interesting exhibit you might want to go to at Annandale National Historic Site. Yes, the doors of ANHS opened, although not quite all the inside doors as yet. The Pratt Gallery will be open BY APPOINTMENT ONLY to view quilts. The ladies are going to love this one and surprisingly so will historians and guys!
The exhibition is entitled: Piecing Together the Past and Present: A Collaborative Quilt Show for 2020. The collaboration is between the Stationhouse Quilters and Fibre Artists who will reveal 10 modern quilts and 10 historical quilts from the Annandale NHS collection.